The New Hampshire Water and Watershed Conference (NHWWC) is a key event for sharing water resource information. For 2018, the event will focus on regional environmental stresses and how we are adapting to new information, emerging issues, and current events affecting water quality and water supply.
New research supported by NH EPSCoR aims to improve the health of Great Bay Estuary by better managing nonpoint nitrogen inputs.
The Eleventh Annual Lamprey River Symposium will be held Monday JANUARY 8, 2018 at the University of New Hampshire in James Hall.
The Symposium is a vehicle for researchers to share data and insights with other researchers, and develop new research initiatives. A day-long program is planned and more details will be forthcoming. Registration is free, but there is a $1.50/hour parking fee for folks who do not have a UNH parking permit.
EPSCoR Role: Master's student, Plymouth State University Center for the Environment
Current Position: Source Water Protection Coordinator, Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention Drinking Water Program
From NHBR: "UNH is using the University Research and Industry Plan commissioned by NH EPSCoR as a “playbook” to focus on New Hampshire’s top innovation clusters: information systems, advanced manufacturing, and biosciences."
Please join us for the University of New Hampshire NRESS Envrionmental Sciences Fall 2017 Seminar Series. Talks are held on Fridays from 2:30-3:30 pm in McConnell Hall, Room 220, unless otherwise noted.
December 1 - Fingerprinting Reactive Nitrogen Sources and Chemistry - Dr. Meredith K. Hastings, Associate Professor, Environment and Society, and Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences, Brown University (hosted by Jack Dibb, ESRC/EOS & NRESS Faculty).