One Ocean

an ocean wave about to break

The idea of One World Ocean is a relatively new way of thinking about the saltwater basins we all learned about in elementary school: the

Here Come the Sea Squirts!

From UNH Today | originally published Monday, February 5, 2018 Warmer ocean temperatures will accelerate reproduction in invasive tunicates   They’re lovingly called “sea squirts,”

Sustainable Fisheries

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Mike Doherty | Program Naturalist The ocean provides an incredible source of food. In fact, it is the primary source of protein for more than

Coral Reef Restoration

Seacoast Science Center Aquarist Rob Royer recently traveled to Key Largo, FL to assist the Coral Restoration Foundation with their coral reef regrowth efforts. Learn

Beach Clean-Up Yields Big Results

People cleaning up the coast

On Earth Day 2017, the Seacoast Science Center hosted its 9th annual Rescue Run for Marine Mammals, and also hosted its first beach clean-up of

Sea Star Wasting Disease

Starfish on glass that has lost a leg

  Mike Doherty | Program Naturalist If you visited the Center recently, you may have noticed an odd-looking sea star or two. That is because

Estuary Ecosystem Spotlight: Great Bay

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  Guest post by Jeff Barnum | Great Bay-Piscataqua Waterkeeper for the Conservation Law Foundation Great Bay, in coastal New Hampshire, is one of only 28

How to Raise an Environmentalist

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Encouraging children to form an emotional attachment to nature may be key to protecting our planet’s future. Guest Post by Jill Suttie This article originally

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Seacoast Science Center is closed today due to inclement weather.