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1. Beach Program [gomc_180]
Beach Program personnel monitor and sample beaches throughout the state from mid-June through Labor Day. About 170 public bathing beaches on lakes, rivers, and ...

2. Enhanced Ambient Rivers Monitoring Program (E-ARMP) [gomc_186]   PARENT METADATA
The Department of Environmental Services received funding from the New Hampshire Estuaries Project (NHEP) to conduct monitoring activities. The main goal of this program is to determine the physical, ...

3. New Hampshire Environmental Monitoring Data (EMD) [NHDES_EMD]
The Environmental Monitoring Database (EMD) started out as a repository for river, lake, estuary, and ocean data collected by the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) Watershed ...

4. New Hampshire Estuaries Project [gomc_215]   CHILD METADATA
The New Hampshire Estuaries Project (NHEP) compiles data from many coastal and estuarine monitoring programs to assess the status and trends of environmental indicators in the Great Bay and Hampton/Seabrook ...

5. New Hampshire Gulf Watch Program [gomc_360]
Study design: parameters -- heavy metals and toxic organic contaminants in blue mussel, oyster, and clam tissue. Type: Bay Waterbody or Watershed Names: GREAT BAY ESTUARY; RYE HARBOR; HAMPTON-SEABROOK ...

6. New Hampshire Shellfish Program [gomc_206]
To ensure the protection of public health, the Shellfish Program maintains a number of monitoring programs. The Ambient Monitoring program involves regular collection of ...

7. Water Quality Monitoring Program: Great Bay Coast Watch [gomc_216]
The Great Bay Coast Watch monitors twenty-one sites in the Great Bay Estuary system once a month from April to November at low and high tide collecting important water quality data. Volunteers ...

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