1. Homecoming master

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    Sights and sounds from the University of New Hampshire's 2014 Homecoming. Produced by UNH Communications and Public Affairs

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    • Go Wildcats '14

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      UNH is a vibrant place: a land, sea, and space-grant university where undergraduate and graduate students engage in daily discovery. Founded 1866. Go Wildcats! Produced by UNH Communications and Public Affairs

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      • University of New Hampshire - Cyanobacteria Research

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        Lake closures in the hot summer months are often caused by Cyanobacteria blooms, also know as harmful algae blooms, which release toxins that may be linked to such diseases as ALS and Alzheimer’s. The University of New Hampshire’s Jim Haney and his team of researchers are looking at the possibility that these toxins are being breathed in via aerosols from the surface of the lake. This research was funded by the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station, a research center of the UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture. Katie Langley ’15, student in the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture and the recipient of a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) through UNH’s Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research, has been working closely with Professor Haney. Katie has spent her summer studying these aerosols to determine if toxins are in fact present and coming out of the lake, under what conditions they come out of the lake, and whether they are a potential source of toxins for people. Learn more about UNH's Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research- http://www.unh.edu/undergrad-research Produced by Jeremy Gasowski, UNH Communications and Public Affairs

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        • Bee Research Master

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          If you build it, will they come? The University of New Hampshire's Sandra Rehan shows us her "bee hotel" and explains its role in attracting native pollinators. The research is funded by The NH Agricultural Experiment Station and takes place at their facilities. Learn more about the research: http://www.unh.edu/news/releases/2014... Produced by Scott Ripley UNH Communications and Public Affairs

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          • Object-Based Approaches to Remote Sensing Data Analysis

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            From UNH's 2014-2015 CCOM/JHC Seminar Series: Jarlath O'Neil-Dunne of UVM's Spatial Analysis Laboratory presents, "Object-Based Approaches to Remote Sensing Data Analysis." This talk was recorded on Nov. 21, 2014 at UNH's Jere A. Chase Ocean Engineering Laboratory. ABSTRACT Historically, information was derived from images through manual interpretation and analysis. This process, while slow, proved to be highly accurate and reliable. In the 1970s, the advent of digital remote sensing technologies coupled with advances in computer processing led to the development of automated feature extraction techniques. Despite substantial investments in the technology, most automated approaches to remote sensing feature extraction fail to approach the accuracy of good old fashioned manual interpretation. Things, however, are starting to change. Object-based techniques, which have the ability to mimic human cognition, are proving to be highly successful in automating feature extraction, particularly from disparate data sets. This presentation will introduce object-based image analysis concepts and workflows drawing from recent coastal and terrestrial remote sensing projects.

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            • The Texas Coastal Ocean Observation Network and Its Role in NGS Height Modernization

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              From UNH's 2014-2015 CCOM/JHC Seminar Series: Dr. Gary A. Jeffress, Director of the Conrad Blucher Institute for Surveying and Science at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi presents, "The Texas Coastal Ocean Observation Network and Its Role in NGS Height Modernization." This talk was recorded on November 14, 2014 at UNH's Jere A. Chase Ocean Engineering Laboratory. ABSTRACT The Texas Coastal Ocean Observation Network tidal datums are being connected to the NGS National Spatial Reference System through the Height Modernization program, which allows coastal communities an up-to-date connection of local benchmarks and CORS stations to the latest local mean sea level values. This is part of NOAA’s efforts to make coastal communities more resilient to short=term and long-term sea level change.

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              • HALL COLORING

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                Hall coloring in Kingsbury helps students efficiently figure out where they are going.

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                • PROFESSORS, STUDENTS & TECHNOLOGY

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                  This video is about PROFESSORS, STUDENTS TECH

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                  • 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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