Thirty years of photographic evidence on climate change affecting fouling communities in Portsmouth Harbor.
On July 27th, the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) Morse Hall became a stunning showcase for research posters presented by Project SMART participants. Here among the soaring interior balconies, forty students of local and international origin had the opportunity to share their newfound knowledge with family, friends, teachers, and other supporters through this time-honored tradition. Provost John Aber said of the impressive exhibit, “I am astounded by the sophistication of the knowledge displayed in these posters.”
TIDES program students link science to coastal decision making.
Marine Biology students get a head start in Marine Immersion.
EcoQuest inspires students to become the new stewards of the land.
Doctoral student Cara Fiore conducts research as an aquanaut on Aquarius Reef Base.