You will learn how to evaluate a wetland using the NH Method and much about wetland functions and values and wetland ecology. We’ll spend the morning in the classroom getting familiar with the NH Method and principles of wetland evaluation. After lunch, we will put this knowledge to use in the field at Hayes Marsh. We’ll evaluate several functions using the NH Method and learn how to put the results together.
This hands-on workshop in a computer lab will provide you with instruction in using the NH Wetlands Mapper for wetland evaluation. The Mapper was developed specifically for use with the NH Method, but can also be used for other wetland applications as well. We will work through a series of exercises to familiarize you with the different functions of the Mapper. You will also learn how to generate the information and maps needed for wetland evaluation.
Don’t be left out in the cold this fall. Over 120 snow industry professionals representing 72 different companies attended the 2015 NH Salt Symposium. NH contractors can see expert speakers in salt reduction practices, winter maintenance research, marketing, insurance and liability, liquid uses, interactive discussion sessions, and an awards presentation. The presentations are designed especially for anyone that contracts for snowplowing and deicing.
CSNE now provides a detailed analysis of past (1895-2012) and potential future (out to 2099) climate change for ten regions across New England and for New England as a whole.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) and the University of Maine are pleased to invite you to participate in our upcoming NSF Day.
New Hampshire’s beautiful and highly rated 13-mile slice of the Atlantic coast is a popular vacation destination in New England. So how clean are its coastal beaches?
Reducing the use of road salt through research, stewardship, and innovative technologies could protect water resources in NH and save municipalities money.
Preliminary survey data from researchers at Plymouth State show surfers to be stewards of the environment and holders of ecological knowledge.
A Q&A with Adrien Deshaies, a science and robotics teacher who attended the STEM Educators Summit and has participated in many EPSCoR-supported outreach activities.
New research on family, politics, and recollections of weather.