Even if you are nowhere near Hubbard Brook, you can tune into the water cycle with Waterviz, an online tool that creates digital art and plays a live forest symphony generated from environmental sensors.
The Social Venture Innovation Challenge invites individuals and teams from across the state of New Hampshire (as well as all UNH alumni) to identify pressing social and/or environmental issues at the state, national or global level, and then find an innovative business-oriented approach to solving them.
303(d)?!?! Dam…Not Me! River restoration through selective dam removal in New Hampshire – The Black Brook story and movie review – Steve Landry, Supervisor, Watershed Assistance Section, NH Department of Environmental Services
The 25-year Anniversary of the Perfect Storm – Jason Cordeira, Assistant Professor of Meteorology, Department of Atmospheric Science and Chemistry and Center for the Environment, Plymouth State University
Climate Communication Challenges for Meteorologists – Lisa Doner, Environmental Science & Policy Department and Center for the Environment, Plymouth State University
Got data? Using data to drive environmental public health planning and policy – Kathleen F. Bush, Senior Management Analyst, Bureau of Public Health Statistics and Informatics, NH DHHS/DPHS and Center for the Environment, Plymouth State University
Uncertainties in Detecting Decadal Change in Soil Carbon and Extractable Elements in Northern Forests – Olivia Bartlett, Department of Social Science, Plymouth State University & PhD candidate, Natural Resources and Earth System Sciences, University of New Hampshire
Participatory Citizen Science Delivers the Data for Informed Local Decision-making and Watershed Stewardship – Jeff Schloss, Natural Resources Program Team Leader, UNH Cooperative Extension