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Projects

National and Regional Studies

New Hampshire Studies

Vermont Studies

1 NECB NAWQA
New England Coastal Basins study unit (part of the USGS National Water Quality Assessment Program); sflanaga@usgs.gov

1 NHDPlus catchment delineation and attributes
Creation of catchments and attribute data for the National Hydrologic Dataset Plus; rmoore@usgs.gov, cmjohnst@usgs.gov

1 Effects of Urbanization
Effects of urbanization on stream ecosystems in selected urban areas of the United States; jcoles@usgs.gov

1 Borehole Sampling
Investigation of alternative groundwater sampling systems for use in fractured-rock aquifers; ptharte@usgs.gov

1 Carbon Quality Measurement
Climate controls on organic carbon flux from northern forested watersheds; jshanley@usgs.gov

1 RFF SPARROW
Use of Earth observations in the SPARROW (Spatially Referenced Regressions on Watershed Attributes) water-quality model; rmoore@usgs.gov

1 IJC SPARROW
Geospatial development and support for SPARROW water quality models in Canadian watersheds; cmjohnst@usgs.gov

1 Groundwater and Climate Change
Evaluation of long-term trends in groundwater level data in northern New England and possible relations to climatic data; jshanley@usgs.gov

1 NH Salt Study
Assessment of chloride and sodium trends in the groundwater used for the drinking water supplies in New Hampshire; lmedalie@usgs.gov

1 NH Bedrock Study
Demand for ground water from the bedrock aquifer is continuously increasing as new development occurs in New Hampshire and the cost of surface-water treatment increases.

1 NH/VT Water Use Estimates for 2005 and Projections for 2020
Studies were conducted to estimate the 2005 and project the 2020 water use for each state.

1 NH Watershed Tool
The New Hampshire Watershed Tool (NHWT) was created to automate the determination of basin-characteristics required for the flow-frequency and ground-water-recharge equations.

1 Auburn Road Arsenic
Characterization of the hydrogeologic framework and arsenic mobility at the Auburn Road Landfill, Londonderry, New Hampshire; jrdegnan@usgs.gov

1 NH Seacoast Groundwater Availability
The main objectives of the USGS activities were to estimate current and future water use and groundwater availability.

1 NH Seacoast Flood Mapping
Hydrologic and hydraulic computations for downstream portions of the Piscataqua/Salmon Falls Basin in New Hampshire; rflynn@usgs.gov

1 Androscoggin QW
Characterization of the extent of elemental mercury contamination and ecological risks in the Androscoggin River from a former Chlor-Alkali facility, Berlin, New Hampshire, phase II; chalmers@usgs.gov

1 Southeast NH Uranium Study
Citizen awareness of uranium contamination in private bedrock wells in southeastern New Hampshire; sflanaga@usgs.gov

1 NH Tropical Storm Irene
Flood-related data collection and analysis relating to Tropical Storm Irene flooding in New Hampshire in 2011; ktoppin@usgs.gov

1 Savage Well Superfund Site
Remediation effectiveness of the OU1 Area at Savage Municipal Well Superfund Site; ptharte@usgs.gov

1 VT Tropical Storm Irene
Flood-related data collection and analysis relating to Tropical Storm Irene and Lake Champlain flooding in 2011; ktoppin@usgs.gov

1 Sleepers River
Sleepers River Water, Energy, and Biogeochemical Budgets (WEBB); jshanley@usgs.gov

1 Lake Champlain BMP
Best Management Practices in the Lake Champlain Basin; lmedalie@usgs.gov

1 Mt. Mansfield
Impacts of high-elevation development on the hydrology and water quality of headwater streams, Mt. Mansfield, VT; jshanley@usgs.gov


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