From the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), this suite of educational resources can help students in any grade, in the classroom or home-schooled, learn about estuaries through hands-on learning, experiments, fieldwork, and data explorations. This is a great opportunity to explore and learn about the Hampton-Seabrook Estuary that is right here, in our back yard.
New Hampshire State Resources
The Commission has issued its final recommendations for preparing for and adapting to NH coastal risks and hazards. Download the report to understand the risks our communities are facing, and the Commission’s recommendations for managing and/or mitigating those risks. The Commission’s Science & Technical Advisory Committee Report presents the most recent statewide efforts to summarize climate science related to NH coastal risks and hazards such as sea-level rise, storm surges, and precipitation.
The New Hampshire Coastal Viewer is an online mapping tool that brings coastal resources spatial data, hazards-related spatial data, and other spatial data sets within NH’s 42 coastal watershed communities together in one place.
This is the ﬁnal report of the New Hampshire Water Sustainability Commission and makes recommendations to ensure that the quality and quantity of New Hampshire’s water in twenty-ﬁve years is as good as or better than it is today.
This report describes how the climate of southern New Hampshire has changed and how the future climate of the region will be affected by climate change. This report is by Carbon Solutions New England, Sustainability Institute at the University of New Hampshire.
Contains “do-it-yourself” solutions for stormwater management around your home.
Rain gardens are beautiful as well as functional. Discover the benefits of rain gardens as small-scale stormwater management features and learn how to install and maintain one.
This workbook offers shoreland properties owners (and those working on the property) suggestions for managing drainage, plant selection, landscape design and landscaping practices that benefit water quality and the health of the shoreland ecosystem.
A rain chain is an attractive solution to roof drainage, directing water in a visible way from the roof or gutter to the ground and away from the home. It can be a beautiful replacement to a more traditional downspout.
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