1. CONTROL ROOM

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    Inside UNH's Paul College's Control Room

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    • New Insights into the Workings of the Ocean Obtained Using Optical Sensors on Autonomous Floats

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      From UNH's 2014-2015 CCOM/JHC Seminar Series: Dr. Emmanuel Boss of UMaine's School of Marine Sciences presents, "New Insights into the Workings of the Ocean Obtained Using Optical Sensors on Autonomous Floats." This talk was recorded on November 6, 2014 at UNH's Jere A. Chase Ocean Engineering Laboratory. ABSTRACT This talk will introduce optical sensors, the use of optical sensors to study upper ocean biogeochemistry, and the history of those measurements. Sensors deployed on a profiling float have provided a challenge to the traditional view of the NA bloom initiation. Dr. Boss will discuss how we can explain these measurements using an alternative theory and will conclude with a description of several new national and international initiatives to instrument profiling floats with optical sensors.

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      • The Future Durham

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        What does the future of Durham, NH look like to you?

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        • Spectral Characterization of Corals in the Northern Red Sea, Israel - A CCOM-IOLR Collaborative Research

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          From UNH's 2014-2015 CCOM/JHC Seminar Series: CCOM's Shachak Per'eri presents, "Spectral Characterization of Corals in the Northern Red Sea, Israel - A CCOM-IOLR Collaborative Research." This talk was recorded on October 31, 2014 at UNH's Jere A. Chase Ocean Engineering Laboratory. ABSTRACT The Red Sea is considered to be an environmentally stable (water temperature, salinity, etc.) ecosystem that is filled with coral reefs and seaweed habitats. Here, we investigated the effects of disease on the coral, Stylophora pistillata, using spectral reflectance and fluorescence. Corals provide unique color identification in response to light illumination. For example, a coral may appear yellow-white in natural daylight conditions and appear to have green and red shades when illuminated with a blue light. This color change phenomena is known as fluorescence. Current remote sensing studies have focused on the separation of coral species from the surrounding environment (e.g., covering sediments, or between species) or the amount of bleaching on coral reefs. In this study, we investigated an in situ proof of concept of the effects of disease on corals, using reflectance and fluorescence excited from a tungsten lamp and colored lasers. The results of this study can support coastal managers in defining environment sensitivity indices (ESI) and possible habitat mapping and monitoring programs using hyperspectral and airborne lidar bathymetry (ALB) surveys. After visual inspection of the health of individual corals underwater, the color of the corals was measured using different light sources (i.e., white, red, green, and blue). In addition, selected branches from each coral were sampled and brought back to the laboratory for further study. Preliminary results from the field measurement and laboratory work show systematic color differences between healthy and diseased corals.

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          • Okeanos Explorer 2014 Deep Ocean Explorations in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean and Northern Gulf of Mexico

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            From UNH's 2014-2015 CCOM/JHC Seminar Series: NOAA Physical Scientists Derek Sowers and Meme Lobecker present, "NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration's Okeanos Explorer 2014 Deep Ocean Explorations in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean and Northern Gulf of Mexico." This talk was recorded on October 24, 2014 at UNH's Jere A. Chase Ocean Engineering Laboratory. ABSTRACT NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer, the only U.S. federal vessel dedicated to global ocean exploration, made several important discoveries in U.S. waters of the North Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico during the 2014 field season. Based on input received from a broad group of marine scientists and resource managers, over 100,000 square kilometers of seafloor and associated water column were systematically explored using advanced mapping sonars. 39 ROV dives were conducted, leading to new discoveries that will further our understanding of biologic, geologic, and underwater-cultural heritage secrets hidden within the oceans. In the Atlantic, season highlights include completion of a multi-year submarine canyons mapping effort of the continental shelf break from North Carolina to the U.S.-Canada maritime border; new information on the ephemerality of recently discovered and geographically extensive cold water seeps; and continued exploration of the New England Seamount chain; and mapping of two potential historically significant World War II wreck sites. In the Gulf of Mexico, season highlights include completion of a multi-year mapping effort of the West Florida Escarpment providing new insight into submarine landslides and detachment zones; the discovery of at least two asphalt volcanoes, or 'tar lilies'; range extensions of deep-sea corals; discovery of two potential new species of crinoids; identification of at least 300 potential cold water seeps; and ROV exploration of three historically significant19th century shipwrecks. In both regions, high-resolution mapping led to new insight into the geological context in which deep sea corals develop,while ROV dives provided valuable observations of deep sea coral habitats and their associated organisms, and chemosynthetic habitats. All mapping and ROV data is freely available to the public in usable data formats and maintained in national geophysical and oceanographic data archives.

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            • CIE Spotlight: Susan Delaney

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              UNH alum, Susan Delaney, reveals how studying abroad at UNH helped her discover the career she has today.

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              • UNH Volleyball GoPro Style

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                Pack Network had the opportunity to document a unique perspective of America East Volleyball as the University of New Hampshire captured the league title.

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                • UNH Serves 2014

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                  This year's second annual UNH Serves was a one day service plunge where over 500 University of New Hampshire (UNH) students had the opportunity to bond with fellow students, serve at one of 31 different service sites , and make a difference in the Greater Seacoast and Manchester regions. In the spirit of service, UNH students were engaged in their local community to honor this Veterans Day while simultaneously enabling community partners to finally complete some of their much needed but less prioritized tasks. It was a very successful and valued service day for all!!

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                  • Uncle Nagy's House: Series Finale

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                    A wanted man, Jon heads to Twin Springs in search of Nagy’s letter. What he finds sets him on a collision course with Uncle Nagy himself. Meanwhile, the Maverick eats some hamburgers. (If you've never seen an episode of Uncle Nagy's House before, you may want to watch this 6 minute series recap first: https://vimeo.com/112322621. Or, if you're a classicist, you can read the backstory as a Star Wars crawl: http://unclenagyshouse.com/#sw.)

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                    • University of New Haven Homecoming 2014 (vLog Recap)

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                      Always good to catch up with some quality people. Check out the vLog recap of Homecoming 2014 at The University of New Haven, my alma mater. Alumni stand up!! 10.25.14 #ChargerNation Contact: jmlvisuals@gmail.com Follow JML Visuals: Instagram: http://instagram.com/jlazzara89 Twitter: https://twitter.com/jmlvisuals Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jmlvisuals YouTube: http://youtube.com/jmlvisuals Follow DJ RellyRell: Instagram: http://instagram.com/djrellyrell Twitter: https://twitter.com/djrellyrell SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/djrellyrell YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DJRELLYRELL1988 Web: http://djrellyrell.com

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