Research

News in Topic: Research

Lamprey River Watershed Map

N.H. Sea Grant has made available a new online tool for residents of the Lamprey River watershed...

map indicating marine debris locations

Balloons and whales may have more in common than you think — according to a new GIS map, they...

Fishermen working to bring in winter flounder

Winter flounder populations off the coast of Massachusetts are getting a helping hand from...

underside of horseshoe crab

New research on horseshoe crabs is taking to the friendly skies over Great Bay.

A successful remedy for contaminated sediments is being tested locally to determine its effects...

N.H. Sea Grant Lighthouse & bird

New Hampshire Sea Grant (NHSG) at the University of New Hampshire has received $1,954,000 from...

Codium fragile

No one is exactly sure how invasive green seaweeds found their way to the Seacoast or where they...

New multi-beam sonar uses a fan of 160 overlapping acoustic beams to detect cod in an underwater pen as part of a new UNH study

Sonar has long been vital to our understanding of seafloor features and marine creatures. Now,...

Deenie Bugge, a technician who works with Celia Chen at Dartmouth College, digs for small polychaete worms in the Squamscott River mud. A new study is examining how these worms and other organisms affect mercury cycling in Great Bay

Polychaete worms, mummichogs and green crabs, along with water and sediment samples, help reveal...


CONTACT

Alexa Brickett
Assistant Director for Communications
alexa.brickett@unh.edu
(603) 862-6704


View our 'UNH Today' Newsreel