Posts Tagged Great Bay

July 2017: Snapshots from the 2017 Field Season

Water Quality Monitoring Lab at the Jackson Estuarine Laboratory Summer has arrived and that means the arrival of the field research season for our research partners and citizen scientists. In some cases, PREP funds data collection and monitoring activities; however, data for many of the 23 indicators in the State of Our Estuaries report are provided by partner organizations. Our partners are our eyes and ears on the Great Bay and Hampton-Seabrook estuaries. But what

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Drink Wine – Help Restore Oysters!

Drink Wine - Help Restore Oysters!

L to R: Ellie Baker (formally of TNC); Amanda Moeser (TNC); Simone Barley-Greenfield (NHDES /PREP ); Berlin Crystal Kelly & Brian Thurber (Proud Pour), on the docks at Adam’s Point during a site visit in August. Photo by Jill Farrell from PREP. Wine drinkers rejoice – now while you sip on a lovely Sauvignon Blanc you’ll be helping to restore oysters to Great Bay. We’re really excited to announce the launch of a new partnership that will

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January 2016: Watershed Watch

Our Watershed Watch feature is dedicated to sharing our partners’ and others latest research and reports as well as local, regional and national news. Here is the rundown for January, 2016 New Research Sheds Light on Mercury Pollution in Estuaries, Food Chain By: Dartmouth College Two studies by Dartmouth researchers and their colleagues shed new light on mercury pollution in the waters of the northeastern United States, including Great Bay. In the first paper, the researchers

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Shots From the ‘Shed

David O’Hearn sent in this great shot of him with a lobster from Great Bay on July 3, 2015. That looks delicious David! Thanks for sending along!

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PREP is part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s National Estuary Program, a joint program between local, state and federal agencies established under the Clean Water Act with the goal of protecting and enhancing nationally significant estuarine resources. PREP is supported in part by an EPA matching grant and is housed within the School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering at the University of New Hampshire.