Listen to NHPR’s story about New Hampshire’s Great Bay and the Piscataqua River, estuaries that have been in bad shape for years – and the latest data doesn’t show a lot of improvement. But scientists say there’s still hope for the watershed, and they’re trying to home in on things people can control. Learn more…
On September 27th, 2017 the Southeast Watershed Alliance was fortunate to have Jennifer M. Jacobs, University of New Hampshire Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering along with Jayne F. Knott, Jo Daniel, Paul Kirshen present on the following topic: Model predictions of Coastal Groundwater Rise due to Climate Change in NH, graciously hosted by Shelley Frost.
Attached is a downloadable .pdf of the presentation:
The SWA Board of Directors would like to express a special thanks to Rich Collins of Thirst Productions for the superb job producing and hosting the Southeast Watershed Alliances new website. Enjoy!