The following projects acknowledge support and have their data archived and accessible at the Data Discover Center (DDC)

1. Adolph, A.C., M.R. Albert, J. Lazarcik, J.E. Dibb, J. M. Amante, and A. Price (2017), Dominance of grain size impacts on seasonal snow albedo at open sites in New Hampshire. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 122 (1), 121 – 139. doi:10.1002/2016JD025362.

2. Amaral, T., C.P. Wake, J.E. Dibb, E.A. Burakowski, and M. Stampone (2017), A simple model of snow albedo decay using observations from the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow-Albedo (CoCoRaHS-Albedo) Network. Journal of Glaciology, 63 (241), 877-887. doi:10.1017/jog.2017.54.

3. Contosta, A.R., A. Adolph. D. Burchsted, E. Burakowski, M. Green, D. Gerra, M. Albert, J. Dibb, M. Martin, W.H. McDowell, M. Routhier, C. Wake, R. Whitaker, and W. Wollheim (2017), A longer vernal window: the role of winter coldness and snowpack in driving spring transitions and lags. Global Change Biology, 23 (4), 1610-1625.

4. Contosta, A.R., E.A. Burakowski, R.K. Varner, and S.D. Frey (2016), Winter soil respiration in a humid temperate forest: The roles of moisture, temperature, and snowpack. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 121 (12), 3072-3088. doi: 10.1002/2016JG003450.

5. Ducey, M.J., K.M. Johnson, E.P. Belair, and M.H. Mockrin (2016) "Forests in Flux: The Effects of Demographic Change on Forest Cover in New England and New York"             The Carsey School of Public Policy at the Scholars' Repository. 271.

6. Godboid, B.T. (2017). Simultaneous measurements of soil moisture and streamflow in small catchments reveal varied coupling across sites, seasons, and timescales. MS Thesis, Department of Natural Resources, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, USA.

7. Huang, T. (2016). Fecal indicator bacteria removal by river networks. M.S. thesis, Department of Natural Resources, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, USA. 

8. Koenig, L.E., M.D. Shattuck, L.E. Snyder, J.D. Potter, and W.H. McDowell (2017), Deconstructing the effects of flow on DOC, nitrate, and major ion interactions using high-frequency aquatic sensor network. Water Resources Research, 53 (12), 10655-10673. doi: 10.1002/2017WR020739.

9. Lazarcik, J. and J.E. Dibb (2017), Evidence of Road Salt in New Hampshire’s Snowpack Hundreds of Meters from Roadways. Geosciences, 7 (3), 54, doi: 10.3390/geosciences7030054.

10. Lazarcik, J., J.E. Dibb, A.C. Adolph, J.M. Amante, C.P. Wake, E. Scheuer, M.M. Mineau, and M.R. Albert (2017), Major fraction of black carbon is flushed from the melting New Hampshire snowpack nearly as quickly as soluble impurities. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 122 (1), 537-553, doi: 10.1002/2016JD025351.

11. Lazarcik, J. (2016). Major fraction of black carbon is flushed from New Hampshire seasonal snowpack early in melt. M.S. thesis, Department of Earth Sciences, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, USA. 

12. McDowell, W., M. Daley, C. French, and S. Miller (2014), Nitrogen Sources and Transport Pathways: Science and Management Collaboration to Reduce Nitrogen Loads in the Great Bay Estuarine Ecosystem. Technical report. National Estuarine Research Reserve System Science Collaborative. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.25230.77127.

13. Roy S.G., E. Uchida, S.P. de Souza, B. Blachly, E. Fox, K. Gardner, A.J. Gold, J. Jansujwicz, S. Klein, B. McGreavy, W. Mo, S.M.C. Smith, E. Vogler, K. Wilson, J. Zydlewski, and D. Hart (2018). A multiscale approach to balance trade-offs among dam infrastructure, river restoration, and cost. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 115(47):12069-12074.

14. Samal, N.R., W.M. Wollheim, S. Zuidema, R.J. Stewart, Z. Zhou, M.M. Mineau, M.E. Borsuk, K.H. Gardner, S. Glidden, T. Huang, D.A. Lutz, G. Mavrommati, A.M. Thorn, C.P. Wake, and M. Huber (2017), A coupled terrestrial and aquatic biogeophysical model of the Upper Merrimack River watershed, New Hampshire, to inform ecosystem services evaluation and management under climate and land-cover change. Ecology and Society 22(4):18, doi: 10.5751/ES-09662-220418.

15. Scott, S. Q. (2016). Knowledge into action: Water quality risk, local ecological knowledge, and decision making in Maine and New Hampshire's surfing population. M.S. thesis, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH, USA.

16. Scott, S.Q. and S.H. Rogers (2018), Surfs up? How does water quality risk impact surfer decisions? Ocean and Coastal Management 151, 53-60, doi: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2017.10.025.

17. Scott, S. and S. Rogers (2016), Surf Science in the Gulf of Maine: Understanding Perceptions of Risk Related to Water Quality and Decision Making in the Surfing Community. Technical report. New England Sustainability Consortium’s Safe Beaches and Shellfish Research Project.

18. Thorn, A.M., C.P. Wake, C. Grimm, C. Mitchell, M.M. Mineau, and S.V. Ollinger (2017), Development of scenarios for land cover, population density, impervious cover, and conservation in New Hampshire, 2010–2100. Ecology and Society 22(4):19, doi: 10.5751/ES-09733-220419

19. Urquhart, E.A., S.H. Jones, J.W. Yu, B.M. Schuster, A.L. Marcinkiewicz, C.A. Whistler, and V.S. Cooper (2016), Environmental Conditions Associated with Elevated Vibrio parahaemolyticus Concentrations in Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire. PLoS ONE 11(5):e0155018, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0155018.

20. Wake, C. P., J. Bucci, and S. Aytur, "An Assessment of the Impact of Climate Change on Human Health in New Hampshire" (2014). The Sustainability Institute. 7.

21. Wake, C.P., E.A. Burakowski, P. Wilkinson, K. Hayhoe, A. Stoner, C. Keeley, and J. LaBranche, "Climate Change in Southern New Hampshire: Past, Present and Future" (2014). The Sustainability Institute. 2.

22. Wollheim, W.M., G.K. Mulukutla, C. Cook, and R.O. Carey (2017), Aquatic nitrate retention at river network scales across flow conditions determined using nested in situ sensors. Water Resources Research, 53, 9740–9756, doi: 10.1002/ 2017WR020644.

23. Wymore, A.S., J. Potter, B. Rodríguez‐Cardona, and W.H. McDowell (2018). Using In‐Situ Optical Sensors to Understand the Biogeochemistry of Dissolved Organic Matter Across a Stream Network. Water Resources Research. 54(4):2949-2958.

24. Zuidema, S., W.M. Wollheim, M.M. Mineau, M.B. Green, and R.J. Stewart (2018). Controls of Chloride Loading and Impairment at the River Network Scale in New England. Journal of Environmental Quality. 42(4):839-847