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Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster Press Release
Aug. 28, 2020
U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), the Ranking Member on the Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies (CJS) Appropriations subcommittee, along with U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan (D-NH) and Representatives Annie Kuster (NH-02) and Chris Pappas (NH-01) announced the award of a $38.5 million grant over five years from the NOAA to UNH to continue operations at the Joint Hydrographic Center.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Aug. 27, 2020
Jeanne Shaheen announces that the Center has been awarded a five-year NOAA grant.
Seacoastonline.com
Aug. 27, 2020
Jeanne Shaheen announces the the Center has been awarded a five-year NOAA grant.
Offshore Engineer
Aug. 18, 2020
The recent unmanned SEA-KIT survey off the coast of the UK credits the NF/GEBCO alumni mapping team's "global distribution" for its round-the-clock operations.
BBC
Aug. 15, 2020
Although they are spread out around the world, a group of our Nippon Foundation/GEBCO alumni participated remotely in a mapping expedition off the coast of the UK using the USV Maxlimer.
SciTechDaily
Aug. 10, 2020
An international team of researchers has published the most detailed submarine map of the Arctic Ocean to date, the 4.0 version of the International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO). Published in digital format, the new chart expands up to 19.6% the submarine surface mapped in previous versions.
Tech Explorist
Jul. 28, 2020
An international team of scientists, led by Martin Jakobsson and Larry Mayer, has published the most detailed submarine map of the Arctic Ocean yet — the 4.0 version of the International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO).
Mirage News
Jul. 23, 2020
A team of researchers, led by Larry Mayer and CCOM affiliate professor Martin Jakobsson, have published the 4.0 version of the International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO), which maps up to 19.6% more area of submarine surface than previous versions.
NOAA Coast Survey Biweekly Newsletter
Jul. 20, 2020
At this year's annual review, researchers described their work, Coast Survey presented on a numbe of topics, and participants discussed research priorities for the coming years. The virtual format allowed for participation by many individuals who would not normally be able to attend in person.
The Guardian
Jun. 30, 2020
Seabed 2030 is bringing together collaborators from all around the globe, including CCOM affiliate associate professor Vicki Ferrini, GEBCO director Rochelle Wigley, GEBCO alum Tinah Martin, and CCOM doctoral student Hilary Kates Varghese.
Sprout Wired
Jun. 8, 2020
Larry Mayer is quoted on the use of underwater drones to map and characterize the seafloor.
CNBC
Jun. 6, 2020
Larry Mayer is quoted on how autonomous vehicles will be used to map and characterize the ocean floor.
Science
Apr. 14, 2020
Jenn Dijkstra and Chris Parrish weigh in on how NASA’s ICESat-2 satellite could be used to map shallow waters and monitor the health of coral reefs.
The Verge
Mar. 5, 2020
An overview of ASV BEN and the work the team accomplished in Thunder Bay in spring of 2019.
EurekaAlert!
Feb. 23, 2020
CCOM researchers, led by Jenn Dijkstra, have discovered that when it comes to climate change not all deep-sea corals and sponges are affected the same and some could be threatened if average ocean temperatures continue to increase in the deep sea of the Northwest Atlantic.
EurekAlert!
Feb. 21, 2020
This medal is awarded for extraordinary accomplishments and novel insights in the area of physical oceanography, ocean acoustics, or marine geophysics
UNH Today
Jan. 25, 2020
CCOM Director Larry Mayer and VisLab Director Colin Ware are among the 41 current and emeritus UNH researchers who made the list of the 100,000 most cited researchers in the world, as determined by a study out of Stanford.
Scienmag
Jan. 21, 2020
CCOM director Larry Mayer has been awarded for extraordinary accomplishments and novel insights in the area of physical oceanography, ocean acoustics, or marine geophysics by the Oceanography Society.
UNH Today
Jan. 16, 2020
CCOM Director Larry Mayer has been selected as the first recipient of the Walter Munk Medal. Established in 2019, the Walter Munk Medal is awarded biennially by The Oceanography Society to an individual ocean scientist for extraordinary accomplishments and novel insights in the area of physical oceanography, ocean acoustics, or marine geophysics.
Swedish Polar Research Secretariat
Jan. 7, 2020
Martin Jakobsson of Stockholm University summarizes last summer’s expedition to the Ryder Glacier in the high Arctic with I/B Oden, where he and Larry Mayer were Chief Scientists.
Fosters
Dec. 13, 2019
CCOM researchers have been awarded a three-year grant from NOAA in partnership with Saildrone, Inc. of Alameda, CA, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) to develop data quality tools for a new unmanned wind-powered sailboat-like vehicle capable of long-duration missions to collect vital ocean mapping information.
NOAA OER
Dec. 10, 2019
CCOM has been awarded a 3-year grant by NOAA's OER to partner with Saildrone, Inc. and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute to develop applications for a new 72-foot, wind-powered, sailboat-like ASV which will deploy next spring. Once active, the ASV's collected data will contribute to Seabed 2030.
Newswise
Dec. 10, 2019
CCOM has been awarded a three-year grant from the NOAA's OER in partnership with Saildrone, Inc. of Alameda, CA, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) to develop data quality tools for a new unmanned wind-powered sailboat-like vehicle capable of long-duration missions to collect vital ocean mapping information.
EurekAlert!
Dec. 10, 2019
CCOM has been awarded a three-year grant from the NOAA's OER in partnership with Saildrone, Inc. of Alameda, CA, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) to develop data quality tools for a new unmanned wind-powered sailboat-like vehicle capable of long-duration missions to collect vital ocean mapping information.
UNH Today
Dec. 10, 2019
CCOM has been awarded a 3-year grant by NOAA's OER to partner with Saildrone, Inc. and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute to develop applications for a new 72-foot, wind-powered, sailboat-like ASV which will deploy next spring. Once active, the ASV's collected data will contribute to Seabed 2030.

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