The following links are to web sites from which we feel the community can benefit and learn. If you are interested in learning about the earth, oceans, and space, we recommend you visit these sites.

Great Bay Discovery Center
The Discovery Center is an environmental interpretation and education facility funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the N.H. Fish and Game Department.

UNH Marine Program
The UNH Marine Program, established by the New Hampshire General Court in 1975, provides the administrative framework for many of the University’s marine research, education and outreach activities. Its goal is to create a facilitative environment for those with a scholarly interest in the marine environment, and to extend their special awareness, understanding and appreciation of that environment to the general population.

The Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space (EOS)
The Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space (EOS) at the University of New Hampshire is a multidisciplinary research institute devoted to the study of the planet Earth and its space environment.

Sea Grant
Maine/New Hampshire Sea Grant provides support, leadership, and expertise for marine research, education, and extension in northern New England.

Sea Grant Marine Science Careers
This site will introduce you to the marine science career fields and to a number of scientists pursuing careers in those fields. It will also provide you with information on salaries and lead you to additional resources.

Forest Watch - Students, Scientists, Citizen Scientists, Working Together...
The Forest Watch program as it relates to New England is a wonderful opportunity for individuals and groups interested in working together to determine the health of our forests. There are workshops that one can participate in and other activities.

Opportunity to visit with and learn about our large Pelagic neighbors. WhaleNet's interactive educational web site which focuses on whales and marine research. Interested in whale tagging and satellite tracking? Take a WhaleNet tour on this web site.

The Jason Project
Designed to Excite and Engage Students -- Oceanographer Dr. Robert Ballard. This is a year-round scientific expedition designed to excite and engage students in science and technology and to motivate and provide professional development for teachers.

GAIA: Multi-Media Tool for Natural Resources Management and Environmental Education
GAIA addresses both issues of environmental planning and management as well as information technology. Its primary objective is to build multimedia tools for environmental education and management, in a collaboration of 10 countries from Europe, Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

Terra (formerly EOS AM-1)
Flagship of the Earth Observing System. This is about a series of spacecraft that represent the next landmark steps in NASA's leadership role to observe the Earth from the unique vantage point of space.

Explore the Globe Program
This site is a worldwide network of students, teachers, and scientists working together to study and understand the global environment. Students and teachers from over 7,000 schools in more than 80 countries are working with research scientists to learn more about our planet.

Shoals Marine Laboratory
Shoals Marine Laboratory is dedicated to undergraduate education and research in the marine sciences since 1966. Our facility offers credit courses and internships, as well as all-inclusive educational vacations each summer. Learn about marine science in a relaxed and beautiful setting.

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