Today three Marine Mammal Rescue Team staff members went out on the water with members of the NH Department of Environmental Services, Coast Guard, and a number of contractors, for the annual Great Bay Strategy Oil Boom Deployment Exercise. This exercise is run each fall, to practice the implementation of putting out booms in the eventRead More
Kate Leavitt | SSC Director of Mission Invitiatives
If you are unclear about what ocean acidification is and question if it’s occurring in the Gulf of Maine, you are not alone. I teach ocean acidification programs at the Seacoast Science Center and will walk you through the science, the implications for our ocean and for
Ashley Breault | Marketing Intern | Ocean Studies and Communications Student at University of New England
We recognize that marine debris has become an alarming problem in our ocean. We’ve seen plastic bags, bottles, cans, and straws along the shore and images of huge garbage patches in the ocean. What we don’t see is the tiny bits
Wendy Lull | SSC President
On Thursday, July 14th, the entire New Hampshire Congressional delegation once again championed our state’s ocean, coasts, and maritime economy by universally signing onto a bipartisan letter of support, applauding the release of the draft Northeast Ocean Plan, and New England’s continued leadership in ocean planning.
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SSC’s President Wendy Lull fills Ocean Runner, Nichole, in on the nation’s first regional ocean plan, a plan for the northeast, which was recently released and how managing ocean resources on the local, regional, and national levels are combining to sustain our coastal communities.
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Wendy Lull | SSC President
Three and a half years in the making, the nation’s first regional ocean plan, a plan for the northeast, has been released. The Seacoast Science Center has been tracking the process as the first NH member of the New England Ocean Action Network from the start. I am looking forward
Wendy Lull | SSC President | originally posted September 28, 2015
For those of us who live in coastal communities, sometimes it’s hard to find good news about the state of the ocean. Sea level rise, storm surge, ocean acidification, degraded fisheries, entangled whales, seals and sea birds starving to death with bellies full of
Karen Provazza | Director of Marketing
Our trash does not belong in the ocean.
Why is that a big deal?
More than all of the world’s rain forests, the ocean supplies up to 70% of our oxygen. The ocean regulates our climate, holds 97% of the Earth’s water, and provides the primary source of