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E.g., 2022-12-02
E.g., 2022-12-02
E.g., 2022-12-02
Deep Blue
Nov. 21, 2022
An update on some of the discoveries made by CCOM research professor Jen Miksis-Olds and her team about ocean noise levels during the pandemic.
UNH Today
Nov. 15, 2022
Before heading out to sea, researchers practice for emergencies with marine safety drills in the Chase engineering tank.
UNH Today
Nov. 3, 2022
New data presented in a paper published by CCOM research professor Jen Miksis-Olds reveals that the COVID-19 lockdown did not lead to a quieter offshore ocean.
Phys Org
Nov. 3, 2022
Here is an update on some of the discoveries made by CCOM research professor Jen Miksis-Olds and her team about ocean noise levels during the pandemic.
EurekaAlert!
Nov. 3, 2022
Here is an update on some of the discoveries made by CCOM research professor Jen Miksis-Olds and her team about ocean noise levels during the pandemic.
UNH Today
Oct. 31, 2022
CCOM professor emeritus Colin Ware has been selected to receive the Visualization Lifetime Achievement Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ Visualization and Graphics Technical Committee. 
UNH Today
Sep. 20, 2022
CCOM research associate professor Larry Ward, and research assistant Rachel Morrison are co-authors of a paper that examines how the contribution of beach profiling data collected by citizen scientists can lead to increased coastal resilience and informed management decisions in the future.
Popular Science
Sep. 14, 2022
Shannon Hoy, a NOAA Physical Scientist, lends her expertise as Popular Science checks in on progress towards one of our most ambitious promises—mapping the seafloor.
Boston Chronicle, WCVB
Sep. 13, 2022
CCOM Research Associate Professor Jenn Djikstra explains how an invasive red seaweed is killing off the kelp forests in New England's coastal waters.
Marine Technology News
Aug. 22, 2022
The Aleutians Uncrewed Ocean Exploration expedition, a public-private partnership facilitated and led by the NOAA OECI, is collecting ocean mapping and environmental data in unexplored waters around the Aleutian Islands with the innovative Saildrone Surveyor—the world’s largest and most advanced uncrewed surface vessel for ocean exploration. CCOM, along with Saildrone Inc. and NOAA Ocean Exploration staff, will manage at-sea operations. All work conducted will contribute to the Seascape Alaska regional mapping campaign.
6Park News
Aug. 22, 2022
Overview of the DriX's specs and capabilities.
NOAA Ocean Exploration
Aug. 18, 2022
The Aleutians Uncrewed Ocean Exploration expedition, a public-private partnership facilitated and led by the NOAA OECI, will collect ocean mapping and environmental data in unexplored waters around the Aleutian Islands with the Saildrone Surveyor.
Hawai'i Public Radio
Aug. 17, 2022
While E/V Nautilus scanned the deep ocean, an uncrewed surface vessel DriX mapped near shore waters during a recent expedition focused on the southwestern area of Papahānaumokuākea near Nihoa Island.
Union Leader
Aug. 14, 2022
Twelve CCOM scientists and student are aboard the E/V Nautilus as part of a 23-day seafloor mapping expedition in the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument. 
Hillsborough Sun
Aug. 9, 2022
Twelve scientists and students at the University of New Hampshire are aboard the Exploration Vessel (E/V) Nautilus as part of a 23-day seafloor mapping expedition in the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument.
UNH Press Release
Aug. 5, 2022
Twelve CCOM scientists and students are aboard the E/V Nautilus as part of a 23-day seafloor mapping expedition in the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument.
Weird Era News
Jul. 29, 2022
Derek Sowers, expedition coordinator aboard the NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer is quoted in an article about the discovery of evenly-spaced holes in the sediment of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.
New York Times
Jul. 28, 2022
Derek Sowers, expedition coordinator aboard the NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer is quoted in an article about the discovery of evenly-spaced holes in the sediment of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.
The Daily Caller
Jul. 28, 2022
Discoveries such as these mysterious holes can help scientists determine whether, and how, life can exist on other planets, Derek Sowers, an expedition coordinator aboard the NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer.
UNH Today
Jul. 27, 2022
Twelve CCOM scientists, students, and alumni are aboard the E/V Nautilus as part of a 23-day seafloor mapping expedition in the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (PMNM), the largest marine protected area under U.S. jurisdiction. 
Science X Daily
Jun. 2, 2022
CCOM-supplied sensor helps MIT researchers study diminishing sea ice in the Arctic.
MIT News
Jun. 1, 2022
A high-frequency echosounder from CCOM is part of a distributed sensor network that may help identify the physical processes contributing to diminishing sea ice in Arctic—the Earth's fastest-warming region.
Hawai'i Public Radio
May. 26, 2022
As the OECI Technology Integration expedition wraps up testing of robotic vehicles for ocean exploration, Larry Mayer explains how uncrewed vessels can be more effective than traditional mapping methods.
WorkBoat
Apr. 20, 2022
CCOM, a member of the Ocean Exploration Cooperative Institute (OECI), has taken delivery of an iXblue DriX uncrewed surface vehicle (USV). The autonomous solution will help expand the footprint and efficiency of the OECI’s ocean exploration operations. The USV was funded by NOAA Ocean Exploration.
UNH Today
Apr. 20, 2022
CCOM Research Professor Jennifer Miksis-Olds comments on new UNH/Vineyard collaboration that will deploy underwater acoustic devices intended to record ambient ocean sounds and vocalizations from dolphins, whales and other mammals in the vicinity of  Martha’s Vineyard.

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