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Foster's Daily Democrat
Sep. 9, 2013
The University of New Hampshire has started a new school of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, focusing on newer topics such as adaptations to climate change and coastal planning, in addition to marine biology and oceanography.
Sep. 9, 2013
The University of New Hampshire has started a new school of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, focusing on newer topics such as adaptations to climate change and coastal planning, in addition to marine biology and oceanography.
Boston Globe
Aug. 10, 2013
NOAA's Ferdinand R. Hassler, a state-of-the-art ship that maps the ocean floor, is making New Castle its home port where it will collaborate with CCOM/JHC.
Aug. 10, 2013
NOAA's newest mapping vessel, Ferdinand R. Hassler, is now homeported at the Judd Gregg Marine Research Complex to be near CCOM/JHC.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Aug. 10, 2013
The Ferdinand R. Hassler, NOAA's newest mapping ship, will collaborate with CCOM/JHC to survey the ocean floor on the East Coast.
Aug. 9, 2013
Capt. Andy Armstrong is interviewed about NOAA's Ferdinand R. Hassler, which has dropped anchor in New Castle with a mission to make navigating the seas safer for all vessels.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Jul. 25, 2013
CCOM Director Larry Mayer chaired the National Research Council committee that produced a congressionally mandated report on the Gulf of Mexico, released Wednesday, July 10.
Jul. 21, 2013
Aquarium of the Pacific of Long Beach hosted the inaugural forum of Ocean Explorers and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for the development of a U.S. National Exploration Program.
Wall Street Journal
Jul. 19, 2013
Government officials, scientists and technology companies are meeting today to tackle one of the biggest of Big Data challenges: mapping the oceans.
Los Angeles Times
Jul. 18, 2013
More than a hundred explorers, scientists and government officials will gather at Long Beach’s Aquarium of the Pacific on Friday to draft a blueprint to solve a deep blue problem: About 95% of the world's oceans remains unexplored. CCOM director Larry Mayer says we, "know more about the surface of Mars than we do about the bottom of the ocean."
The Gazettes
Jul. 17, 2013
CCOM director Larry Mayer is quoted in an article about the upcoming Ocean Exploration 2020 national forum.
UNH Campus Journal
Jul. 11, 2013
Professor Larry Mayer, director of UNH’s Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, chaired the committee that produced the congressionally mandated report for the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.  
NH Chronicle
Jun. 13, 2013
NH Chronicle filmed a six-minute overview of CCOM.
Dredging Today
Apr. 25, 2013
Delegates of FEMME, the Forum for Exchange of Mutual Multibeam Experiences, were treated to an interesting opening address by Larry Mayer at their biennial meeting in Boston.
Hydro International
Apr. 22, 2013
Organized by Kongsberg Maritime, FEMME is the Forum for Exchange of Mutual Multibeam Experiences, a biennial conference for multibeam users. Larry Mayer gave the opening address and Jonathan Beaudoin spoke about Multibeam Echosounder System Optimization for Water Column Mapping of Undersea Gas Seeps.
Campus Journal
Jan. 23, 2013
During three decades of ocean exploration, Larry Mayer has made great discoveries and revealed the mysteries of the seafloor.
UNH Today
Jan. 17, 2013
CCOM researchers Larry Mayer and Tom Weber are co-authors on a PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences) article that describes the various approaches that aimed to determine the integrity of safely shutting the Macondo Well. Here they share lessons learned from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010.
Sea Technology Magazine
Oct. 31, 2012
Larry Mayer and Andy Armstrong are coauthors of an article describing how they overcame challenges to collect bathymetric data during the 1102 HEALY mission.
Oct. 20, 2012
About 500 K-12 students flocked to UNH's Jere Chase Ocean Engineering Laboratory between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Friday to participate in educational activities designed to spark their interest in the ocean and in-demand science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects.
UNH Media Relations
Sep. 26, 2012
The third annual Know the Coast Day will be held on Saturday, October 20.
UNH Today
Sep. 20, 2012
Andy Armstrong's Arctic journal is featured in UNH Today. (Photo courtesy of the USGS.)
NOAA Office of Coast Survey
Sep. 7, 2012
NOAA Corps Lt. Briana Welton, a CCOM grad student, and is aboard the R/V Atlantis this summer as part of a  U.S.-Canada mapping cruise in the northern Atlantic Ocean. Briana provided the images and text for this post on the Office of Coast Survey blog.
Concord Monitor
Sep. 5, 2012
CCOM Research Assistant Professor Jonathan Beaudoin answers five questions about his work and the discovery of the S.S. Terra Nova.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Sep. 2, 2012
Jonathan Beaudoin, a CCOM Research Assistant Professor contracted to test sonar systems on a research ship, helped discover the wreck of the ship that took Robert Falcon Scott to the Antarctic
UNH Campus Journal
Aug. 29, 2012
Jonathan Beaudoin, CCOM research assistant professor, was aboard Schmidt Ocean Institute’s flagship, R/V Falkor, off the coast of Greenland last month when the sonar systems he was evaluating and calibrating turned up a mast of the S.S. Terra Nova.