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UNH Today
Aug. 14, 2019
CCOM technology aids in latest search for Earhart’s plane.
EurekAlert
Aug. 14, 2019
Researchers from CCOM, led by National Geographic Explorer-at-Large Robert Ballard, are part of a team that is setting out to hopefully find answers to questions around the disappearance of famed pilot Amelia Earhart. CCOM's an autonomous surface vehicle (ASV) will be used to explore the seafloor in waters that may be too deep for divers.
Concord Monitor
Aug. 13, 2019
A robotic ship from the UNH’s Marine School that can map the ocean floor is part of the latest effort to find out what happened to famed pilot Amelia Earhart, who disappeared over the Pacific Ocean eight decades ago.
Kristianstad Bladet
Aug. 7, 2019
On Monday, an expedition with scientists on the icebreaker Oden will set course for the Ryder Glacier in northwestern Greenland. Among other things, the expedition will investigate the link between climate change and glaciers.
Deep Carbon Observatory
Aug. 5, 2019
CCOM researchers adapted sonar equipment to quantify the amount of methane bubbling up from the floor of the East Siberian Arctic Sea. If deployed on research vessels more widely, these instruments could provide data for more accurate estimates of the global flux of methane from the ocean floor to the atmosphere.
Sveriges Radio
Aug. 5, 2019
The Swedish ice breaker Oden is leaving Thule, Greenland to head to the Ryder Glacier's fjord system in northwestern Greenland.
Scientific American
Aug. 1, 2019
Five nations are asserting rights to vast, overlapping portions of the Arctic Ocean seafloor. CCOM's Larry Mayer and David Mosher weigh in.
BBC
Jul. 16, 2019
The pros and cons of unmanned cargo transport vessels.
Marine Technology
Jul. 8, 2019
During a two-week expedition, researchers mapped areas within the Thunder Bay Marine Sanctuary with a multibeam sonar system aboard ASV BEN (Bathymetric Explorer and Navigator) from UNH's Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping. 
National Marine Sanctuaries News
Jul. 3, 2019
During a two-week expedition, researchers mapped areas within the Thunder Bay Marine Sanctuary with a multibeam sonar system aboard ASV BEN (Bathymetric Explorer and Navigator) from UNH’s Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping. 
Union Leader
Jun. 22, 2019
CCOM researchers lead global efforts to map the seafloor.
Go! & Express
Jun. 21, 2019
East London-born geologist Dr Rochelle Wigley has made history by being the first woman to lead a winning team in the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE competition.
ESRI ARCUser
Jun. 21, 2019
The Seabed 2030 Project, sponsored by The Nippon Foundation and GEBCO, plans to map the entire ocean floor by 2030, starting with the XPRIZE-winning NF-GEBCO Alumni Team's SEA-KIT.
Science
Jun. 20, 2019
Larry Mayer is consulted for article about the competition for the North Pole.
Coast Survey Staff Newsletter
Jun. 19, 2019
Tyanne Faulkes, NOAA Office of Coast Survey Pacific Hydrographic Branch (PHB), and Giuseppe Masetti, CCOM, are running a workshop this week in support of AusSeabed at Geoscience Australia.
UNH Today
Jun. 17, 2019
Ph.D. student Drew Stevens find support at CCOM for an interdisciplinary course of study.
NH Business Review
Jun. 13, 2019
UNH has launched a new center focused on the science of sound.
Popular Mechanics
Jun. 11, 2019
The winner of the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE was the team that showed the best technological chops for remotely and autonomously plumbing the world’s oceans—the GEBCO-Nippon Foundation Alumni Team. 
Industry Updates 24
Jun. 10, 2019
The GEBCO-NF Alumni team created a robot won the XPRIZE due to its potential in mapping the seafloor.
Fosters Daily Democrat
Jun. 10, 2019
UNH has launched a new center focused on the science of sound. The Center for Acoustics Research and Education will bring together expertise across wide-ranging disciplines and provide acoustics research, education and outreach opportunities for government and industry partners across the U.S.
Seacoast Online
Jun. 10, 2019
UNH has launched a new center focused on the science of sound. The Center for Acoustics Research and Education (CARE) will bring together expertise across wide-ranging disciplines and provide acoustics research, education and outreach opportunities for government and industry partners across the U.S.
Granite Geek
Jun. 10, 2019
The new UNH Center for Acoustics Research and Education (CARE) will bring together expertise across wide-ranging disciplines and provide acoustics research, education and outreach opportunities for government and industry partners. CCOM research professor Anthony Lyons notes that CARE will support expansion into other fields, such as music, speech, and medicine.
WCAX
Jun. 10, 2019
UNH has started a new center focused on the science of sound.
News 18
Jun. 8, 2019
The Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench is the deepest known point in earth's oceans. The United States Center for Coastal & Ocean Mapping measured the depth of the Challenger Deep in 2010, and it was measured to be 10,994 meters below sea level, which is equal to piling 36 Eiffel Towers on top of each other.
Bloomberg Businessweek
Jun. 7, 2019
Larry Mayer discusses how this technology can help us answer questions relating to climate change using underwater drones that can nearly triple data from the ocean floor.

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