Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Resource Category Topic Type
Examining the link between sleep and metabolic health in emerging adults
COLSA research: Explore the critical role of sleep in metabolic health among 18-24 year olds, a transformative period for establishing lasting lifesty...
Agriculture, Nutrition, and Food Systems, New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station, Peer Reviewed Journal Articles Food Nutrition Resource
College students with disabilities report higher rates of food insecurity
COLSA research: A new UNH study describes eye-opening findings on higher food insecurity rates among college students with disabilities.
Agriculture, Nutrition, and Food Systems, New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station, Peer Reviewed Journal Articles Food Nutrition Resource
What Are the Ideal Storage Conditions for Kiwiberries?
UNH researchers found the optimal temperature for storing kiwiberries to produce the highest quality berries, providing key guidance for New England f...
Agriculture, Nutrition, and Food Systems, Funded Proposals, Peer Reviewed Journal Articles Food and Agricultural Policy Resource
Experimental Nutrient Enrichment Stimulates Multiple Levels of Global Food Webs
A new meta-analysis determined that fertilizer pollution in rivers can result in algal blooms and fish kills, an urgent issue for water conservation e...
Funded Proposals, Natural Resources and the Environment, Peer Reviewed Journal Articles Water Management Resource
A Black Bear’s Behavior Helps Fellow Predators Survive
A study by UNH researchers reveals black bears can help gray foxes coexist with coyotes, mitigating competition for food and space.
Funded Proposals, Natural Resources and the Environment, Peer Reviewed Journal Articles Resource
Transitions in Bacterial Community Assembly During Permafrost Thaw
UNH scientists are identifying key ecological factors to better understand and predict the implications of the thawing Arctic.
Biological Sciences, Funded Proposals, Natural Resources and the Environment, Peer Reviewed Journal Articles Climate Science Resource
Habitat Productivity and Human Development Drive Variation in Skunk Abundance
UNH researchers reveal habitat and anthropogenic factors drive striped skunk abundance across the U.S., impacting predation and seed dispersal.
Funded Proposals, Natural Resources and the Environment, Peer Reviewed Journal Articles Ecosystem Services Resource
Dietary Fat and Cognitive Function in Community Health
In a study involving over 8,900 Hispanic/Latino adults, UNH researchers found that greater consumption of saturated fatty acids—primarily from milk an...
Agriculture, Nutrition, and Food Systems, Funded Proposals, Peer Reviewed Journal Articles Food Nutrition Resource
Genomic Resources to Guide Improvement of the Shea Tree
UNH researchers and international collaborators sequenced the shea tree genome, providing a valuable resource for development and preservation of the ...
Agriculture, Nutrition, and Food Systems, Funded Proposals, Peer Reviewed Journal Articles Forest Management, Specialty Crops Resource
Estimating and Monitoring Moose Density and Abundance
Research led by UNH scientist Remington Moll assessed how emerging technologies may help improve population calculations of moose across northern New ...
Natural Resources and the Environment, New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station, Peer Reviewed Journal Articles Climate Science, Ecosystem Services Resource