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Trophic Status of Casco Bay, Maine, as Delineated by Seaweed Diversity and Tissue Analysis
Trophic Transfer of Metals in Estuarine Food Webs
Understanding the Mechanisms Controlling Storm Event Nitrogen Fluxes from the Lamprey River Watershed Using Continuous in situ Sensors
Upgrades to Fluorometers for Measuring Feeding Rates of Bivalves
Urchin Stock Structure in the Gulf of Maine: Preliminary Genetic Analysis
Using Genetic Biomarkers to Examine Population Structure of Spiny Dogfish, Squalus acanthias, in the Western North Atlantic
Using Molecular Tools to Track the Origins of Invasive Codium Fragile spp. tomentosoides Populations in the Northwest Atlantic
Using New Approaches to Update and Collect Fisheries Specific Data on Age Determinations of the Spiny Dogfish in the Gulf of Maine
Using Technology to Assess the Invasive Sea Squirt, Didemnum vexillum, Impacts on Fisheries and Ecosystems (Regional)


Turbulent Axisymmetric Wake with Rotation
Ultrasonic Tracking of Oil
Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle
UNH Aquacats underwater remotely operated vehicle
UNH Aquacats: A Student-Built Racing Hydroplane
UNH Hovercats Ocean Engineering Final Report
UNH Hovercats Racing: Design and Fabrication of a Racing Hovercraft
UNH P.O.W.E.R. (Permanent Outfit for Water Energy Recovery) Tidal Turbine Test Facility Design
Urchins: Aimed at optimizing the juvenile grow out of the green sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis, using a suspended cage system
VFG Support Structure