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Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space

At the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space (EOS), we bring together high-level research expertise on convergent topics.

We are UNH's largest research enterprise. Here you'll find opportunities to work alongside distinguished faculty on projects to explore and study the most important and inaccessible places on our planet, in our solar system, and in our universe. From the seafloor to the stars, we're studying truly fascinating subjects and making an impact worldwide. 

Find out why we say that EOS is research excellence.

 

>6,100 peer-reviewed journal articles published in EOS history

 

$60 million in grant funding awarded to EOS scientists annually

 

112 new research grants awarded to EOS scientists annually

Recent News

Two researchers (1 male standing, holding a shovel, 1 female squatting next to a whole) work in a prescribed burn site to plant potted red oak trees.

Regenerating Northern Oak Forests Using Prescribed Fire

Regenerating Northern Oak Forests Using Prescribed Fire

COLSA/EOS scientists exploring use of forest fires for expanding range of Northern red oak

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Two hands hold up several strands of whelk egg casings in the Coastal Marine Lab.

Out of This World Whelk Eggs

Out of This World Whelk Eggs

UNH research examines the impact of rising water temperatures on channeled whelk reproduction

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Wetland Restoration Falls Short of Fixing Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone

Wetland Restoration Falls Short of Fixing Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone

Research Finds Existing Efforts Miss Nutrient Reduction Targets

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