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. UNHSC 2014 PA Spec
  2. UNHSC 2012 Biennial Report
  3. Economic and Adaptation Benefits of Low Impact Development, Conference Proceedings, 2011 Low Impact Development Symposium, March 2012 
  4. 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
  5. Forging the Link: Linking the Economic Benefits of LID and Community Decisions
  6. UNHSC and SeaGrant Sealcoating Fact Sheet

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News & Announcements

Recent Projects

Restoring Water Quality in the Willow Brook Watershed Through LID Retrofits

By Robert Roseen1, PhD, PE, D.WRE, James Houle1, CPSWQ, Robert Dowling1, Melodie Esterberg2,... More »

Forging the Link: Linking the Economic Benefits of Low Impact Development and Community Decisions

This project documents, through a series of case studies, the advantages of Low Impact... More »

2011 Road Management Plan for Brackett and Pond Roads, Wakefield, NH

The purpose of the Road Management Plan is to address the declining water quality of Lovell Lake... More »

 

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Greenland Meadows commerical shopping center using porous asphalt and gravel wetlands, Greenland, NH, installed Summer 2008.


Bioretention installed June 2010 at the Horne Street Elementary School in partnership with the City of Dover, NHDES, and UNHSC.


School Street School students help install a raingarden, Rochester, NH, Fall 2010


Installation of permeable interlocking concrete pavers at Hood House, University of New Hampshire, taken in Summer of 2010