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Map of Seacoast Region (click for full view)USGS News Release, May 6, 2008

Water Demand Likely to Increase Substantially in New Hampshire’s Seacoast Region by 2025

Recently Released Reports Now Available Online: 
Small image of report cover -- click to view reportNEW: SIR2008-5120: Flood of April 2007 in New Hampshire
Small image of report cover -- click to view reportNEW: SIR2007-5157: Methods for and estimates of 2003 and projected water use in the Seacoast Region, Southeastern New Hampshire

Image of first page of journal article -- click for full article Environmental Pollution, v. 154, issue 1, pp. 143-154: Characterization of total mercury and methylmercury cycling at five sites using the small watershed approach

Small image of report cover -- click to view reportBiogeochemistry, v. 87, no. 3, p. 311-323: Nitrogen attenuation in the Connecticut River, northeastern USA; a comparison of mass balance and N2 production modeling approaches


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