UNH's AIRMAP PROGRAM is in the vanguard of emerging global mercury research. Read More…
At the Head of the Pack
A DECADE AGO, it was difficult and labor-intensive for researchers to accurately measure atmospheric mercury. UNH's AIRMAP program now has three sophisticated mercury monitors. Read More…
New England Carbon Challenge
Lose 10,000 Pounds, Lighten Your Footprint
A FEW YEARS AGO, Denise Blaha of the Complex Systems Research Center was working with data from the National Center for Atmospheric Research and the 2007 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Assessment to create climate visualization maps. Looking at the maps scared her right out of her seat.
Climate Change Research
SCIENTISTS ARE pushing to get overlooked but carbon-rich peatlands into global models. Peatlands cover three to five percent of the global land surface but have been largely ignored in discussions on climate change/global warming. Read More…
Mucking About in the Name of Science
LINDA KALNEJAIS of the Ocean Process Analysis Laboratory probes coastal sediments for answers. Her focus on coastal water quality – both estuaries and the coastal zone – is a natural fit at OPAL while her interest in studying sediments adds a new dimension to the center’s work. Read More…
Graduate Student Profile
From the Lamprey to the Beltway, Again
ERIKA WASHBURN found her way to the Ocean Process Analysis Laboratory at EOS by way of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency where, in 2002, she was working in the Ocean and Coastal Protection Division. Now "Dr. Washburn", she is returning to Washington on a Dean John Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship.
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News and Notes
• Northeast Consortium Gets NOAA Funding, Recognition Read More…