JEL has eight resident faculty members from the departments of Biological Sciences, Natural Resources, and Earth Systems Science, along with several support staff, research associates, students, post-doctoral fellows and visiting scientists. In addition, non-resident faculty and students from other UNH departments conduct research at JEL. A fleet of small research vessels is based at JEL, including five outboard powered boats ranging from a 12-foot skiff to a 22-foot center console. Facilities include a pier with a 2,000-pound crane and a floating dock with slip spaces for four boats. JEL has a full analytical laboratory to study water quality, and labs dedicated to sedimentology, animal physiology and behavior, shellfish/seafloor ecology, microbiology, phycology (study of benthic algae), tidal marsh ecology, and seagrass ecology. In addition, flowing estuarine water is provided to a wet lab, greenhouse, and outdoor facilities to support the study of estuarine plants and animals.
Submissions from 2014
Distribution, pore-water chemistry, and stand characteristics of the mangroves of the United Arab Emirates, Gregg E. Moore, Raymond E. Grizzle, Krystin M. Ward, and Rashid M. Alshihi
Submissions from 1999
Fish Utilization of Restored, Created and Reference Salt-Marsh Habitat in the Gulf of Maine, Michele Dionne, Frederick T. Short, and David M. Burdick