The Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve is made up of over 10,000 acres of natural land and open water along New Hampshire’s coast. The Reserve is host to a wide range of species, from oysters, lobsters, striped bass, and horseshoe crabs to migratory osprey and annually spawning river herring. The staff work to reduce pollution, conserve natural resources, and cope with the effects of climate change on local communities and habitats.
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Looking for a last minute stocking-stuffer? The 2022 Sea Level Rise Technical Report is packed with useful information that any coastal community could use. Twenty-three co-authors helped create this authoritative report.
New Hampshire’s salt marshes are beautiful, economically important, and—amid the dueling pressures of sea level rise and development—in danger of disappearing. Fortunately, the state is prepared to protect its iconic marshes and the many benefits they provide.
Wetlands around the country are increasingly threatened by rising seas, stronger storms, more extreme precipitation, and drought. Planning to protect these precious resources while addressing the needs of communities …