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Coastal Science for the Granite State

Coastal and marine resources are experiencing unprecedented stresses. Development and population growth along the coast, changes to commercial fishing and aquaculture industries, rising sea levels and increasing flood risk, habitat degredation and invasive species all threaten our nation's coastlines. New Hampshire Sea Grant works to address these issues through integrated research, extension, and education in the Granite State. 

 

Michael Chambers and Erich Berghahn work on an aquaculture raft in the mouth of the Piscataqua river near New Castle NH.

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Coastal Research Volunteers

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Marine Docent Program

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Sea Grant News

The National Sea Grant College Program announces $19 million in federal funding opportunities to address the prevention and removal of marine debris. Learn More
Six funded projects will advance social science and technology research on offshore renewable energy in the Northeast U.S. Learn More
A new report from New Hampshire's federally funded partners explores current and potential collaboration to enhance coastal resilience in the state. Learn More

UNH Today Stories

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Building Momentum for the Blue Economy

Building Momentum for the Blue Economy

UNH is at the nexus of conserving and leveraging the power of the sea

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Female student pushes a GPS cart across a beach in winter

Research Snapshot: Beach Bombs

Research Snapshot: Beach Bombs

Combing our coast for unexploded ordnance

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David Fredriksson stands by the UNH pier in New Castle.

Sustaining the Seas

Sustaining the Seas

UNH nets director for new Sustainable Seafood Center

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