Recent Publications

Water Quality and Hydrologic Performance of a
Porous Asphalt Pavement as a Storm-W ater
Treatment Strategy in a Cold Clima te

 

  1. Design and Maintenance of Subsurface Gravel Wetlands
  2. UNHSC 2014 PA Spec
  3. UNHSC 2012 Biennial Report
  4. Economic and Adaptation Benefits of Low Impact Development, Conference Proceedings, 2011 Low Impact Development Symposium, March 2012 
  5. Water Quality and Hydrologic Performance of a Porous Asphalt Pavement as a Stormwater Treatment Strategy in a Cold Climate, Journal of Environmental Engineering, January 2012
  6. Forging the Link: Linking the Economic Benefits of LID and Community Decisions
  7. UNHSC and SeaGrant Sealcoating Fact Sheet

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Upcoming Dates

09/20/2016 BMP Workshops

News & Announcements

Recent Projects

Undersized GI System Performance

This report details results from two years of study of two undersized stormwater control measures.... More »

Stormwater Standards for the future

UNHSC, in collaboration with VHB, SRPC and the Town of Durham recently completed a study modeling... More »

Cold Climate Performance Study of a Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement System in Durham, NH

University of New Hampshire Stormwater Center (UNHSC) completed a two year field verification study... More »

 

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The UNH Stormwater Center (UNHSC) is dedicated to the protection of water resources through effective stormwater management.


Berry Brook Channel Restoration and Daylighting, Dover, NH. Since approximately 1888 the headwaters of Berry Brook was piped downstream. As part of an urban watershed renewal effort beginning in 2011, stream and wetland restoration in combination with LID stormwater management is being implemented.


New Hampshires first porous asphalt road located at the Boulder Hills subdivision, Pelham, NH, Installed Fall 2009.


Low Cost Bioretention Retrofit, Installed 2009 on UNH Durham Campus. This project was very inexpensive due to the extensive use of existing drainage infrastructure. It is an example of low cost retrofit opportunities.


Historic Dover Water Works sand filter circa 1908, site of future Berry Brook stream restoration and headwaters reconstruction.