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May 22 2014 - 2:10pm
Larry Hamilton's research describes trends between political stances and beliefs regarding climate change. Hamilton examined responses from a Granite State Poll, which asked about public trust in scientists. Nearly two-thirds of NH residents reported trusting scientists on information regarding environmental issues. Wide disparities occurred along party lines regarding this topic and other topics asked in the poll.
May 22 2014 - 1:46pm
NH EPSCoR is excited to partner with the NH Educational GIS Partnership to offer three teacher-focused GIS/GPS institutes this summer. At these institutes, K-12 teachers will learn the basics of GIS and GPS technologies, they will be shown how these tools can be used to provide engaging experiences for their students. Research data and products produced through the NH EPSCoR Climate and Society project will be featured throughout all of these workshops, providing a real-world example of how mapping can be used to explore scientific questions. Not only are these workshops free to attend, teachers will be provided with stipends. All institutes will be held at the Hopkinton Middle High School in Contoocook, NH.
May 14 2014 - 3:39pm
In a recent Carsey Institute brief, NH EPSCoR's Shannon Rogers and Kevin Gardner's report shows residents in more "walkable" communities are not only healthier physically, but are more connected to one another.
Apr 22 2014 - 12:48pm
"When we think about threats to the environment, we tend to picture cars and smokestacks, not dinner. But the truth is, our need for food poses one of the biggest dangers to the planet."
Learn more about feeding Earth's 9 billion people.
Apr 4 2014 - 3:41pm
Mark Borsuk, associate professor in the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth, spoke on “Gambling with the Globe: The Role of Risk in Decision-Making for Sustainability” at the conference in Augusta, ME. Borsuk said scientists should include the risks associated with climate change as they report on the issue, so people, most of whom are naturally risk-averse, understand what’s at stake if they decide to do nothing about a problem.
Apr 3 2014 - 7:41pm
Panel’s Warning on Climate Risk: Worst Is Yet to Come
Climate change is already having sweeping effects on every continent and throughout the world’s oceans, scientists reported on Monday, and they warned that the problem was likely to grow substantially worse unless greenhouse emissions are brought under control.
Mar 24 2014 - 3:04pm
New Hampshire needs to revitalize its water system infrastructure over the next decade or it faces a crisis affecting the state’s economy. That according to John Gilbert, chairman of the N.H. Water Council, who spoke at Plymouth State University’s New Hampshire Water and Watershed Conference March 21.
Mar 24 2014 - 2:57pm
A new survey shows many Granite Staters and residents of the Piscataqua Watershed are concerned about the level of pollution in our water resources and would be willing to pay higher fees to ensure water quality is improved.
Mar 17 2014 - 11:27am
UNH, Extension Researchers Find a New Lens for Measuring the Health of Lakes Worldwide
EPSCoR GIS specialist Shane Bradt and his colleagues have found a better way to estimate chlorophyll remotely—from the sky or space—using images taken by satellites and other airborne hardware.