NH Water Resources Research Center

A photo of UNH emeritus Bill McDowell, who was recently named a fellow of the Society for Freshwater Science

Recognizing Achievements in Aquatic Science

UNH Professor Emeritus of Environmental Science William H. McDowell was recently named a 2024 Fellow of the international Society for Freshwater Science (SFS) for his research contributions to aquatic science. McDowell, whose teaching and research career spans more than four decades, serves as the... Read More

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