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Press Release 13-132
NSF Grants Enhance Science and Engineering Research Capacity Across the Nation

Four projects representing a total of $24 million in new grants aim to inform policy making and address strategic, regional issues

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Man with oyster shells in a boat on water

University of New Hampshire Oyster Research Program recycles shells to help restore oyster reefs in New Hampshires Great Bay.

Credit: Rebecca Zeiber, NH Sea Grant


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A LoVoTECS coordinator and volunteer scientists mount/calibrate aquatic sensors in New Hampshire.

Errin Volitis, LoVoTECS network coordinator, helps volunteer scientists mount and calibrate aquatic sensors installed in over 87 rivers and streams across New Hampshire. The NH LoVo TECS Network derives from Lotic Volunteer Network with the sensors recording temperature, electrical conductivity, and stage (TECS). The network is coordinated by a group of researchers, staff and students at Plymouth State University, and implemented by a broad group of partners, including educators, researchers, government agencies, non-profit organizations and citizen scientists.

Credit: Errin Volitis, Center for the Environment, Plymouth State University.


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View of the Idaho Dry Creek

Dry Creek in southwest Idaho will serve as model development and validation sites focusing on snow and soil moisture dynamics.

Credit: Western Tri-State Consortium Watershed Analysis, Visualization and Exploration (WC-WAVE) collaboration.


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Composite image of switchgrass, lab research and molecule.

This composite image shows switchgrass as a potential sustainable resource based on biomass processing.

Credit: South Dakota State University


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