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Habitat restoration along the Oregon coast

Minimizing nutrient runoff to Chesapeake Bay

Dedicated to improving HABs detection technology

Innovative technology makes tracking groundwater faster and easier

Technology promises to accurately and quickly assess the threat of toxic organic chemicals in sediment

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CICEET in the News

Weekly Observer: CICEET funded collaborative conservation plan presented to Town of Sanford planning board

ENCToday.com: CICEET awards $717,00 to N.C. researchers to study shoreline stabilization on sheltered coastlines

Seacoastonline.com: UNH Stormwater Center study says pavement sealcoat a source of toxins

Sanford-Springvale Register: Sanford conservation plan funded by CICEET takes shape

NOAA News Feature: Taking the pulse of estuaries with cutting-edge technology

Stormwater: UNH Stormwater Center demonstrates pervious pavement success in cold weather environments

National Ocean Service Weekly News: Researchers and outreach specialists from CICEET’s Living Coast Program recently met to share lessons learned and successes

Making Waves, National Ocean Service podcast Dec. 19, 2008: Teams from CICEET’s Living Coast Program work with coastal communities to develop land use

Five Cent Cigar: URI researcher uses new study to monitor health of Narragansett Bay

The Wire: UNH tests new technology for treating polluted river sediment

NH Public Radio: Stormwater

Underwater Times.com: Researchers Test Sediment-scrubbing Technology In New Hampshire River; 'A Great Tool To Add To The Tool Box'

Pollution Online: UNH Researchers Test Sediment-Scrubbing Technology In Cocheco River >

Enviro.BLR.com: A Case for Porous Asphalt Pavement >

Martha's Vineyard Times: Island aquaculture plan flexes its mussels >

Foster's Daily Democrat: UNH gets $2.8m for coast studies >

WBZ TV: Porous Concrete Combats Dreaded Potholes, Flooding >

Foster's Daily Democrat: Area buildup blamed in part for flooding throughout region >

Media Newswire: Underwater Microscope Helps Prevent Shellfish Poisoning Along Gulf Coast of Texas >

Genetic Engineering News: Underwater microscope helps prevent shellfish poisoning along Gulf >

The Standard-Times: New technology would detect traces of oil >

 

Faces of Change


Elizabeth Cheney, Jekyll Island, Georgia

Lee Edmiston, Apalachicola Bay, Florida

Carl Tammi, Westford, Massachusetts

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