Do you like to explore and make maps that show how New Hampshire’s coastal community infrastructure is vulnerable to flooding? How coastal communities could be affected by sea-level rise in the future? How salt marshes might change (or disappear) with sea-level rise? Are you interested in exploring how eelgrass resources have changed since the 1980’s in Great Bay and the surrounding estuary? Do you itch to know more about conservation properties and priorities? Oyster resources? Aquaculture farms? Dams? That cool offshore kelp farm that the Portsmouth Brewery visited to harvest seaweed for its new “Selkie Beer”?
If you even considered answering yes to any of these questions, then The New Hampshire Coastal Viewer is for you. It’s an online mapping tool that provides access to a suite of coastal spatial data, hazards-related spatial data, and other spatial data sets within NH’s 42 coastal watershed communities. Users can search for available data sets; display the data sets in multiple ways; and create, print, and share customized maps.The Viewer has now been around for over a year, and we want to know if you’ve used it. If you have used it, we want to know why. And, we want to hear your ideas for how to make the Viewer more useful.
PLEASE FILL OUT THIS SURVEY.
It will take 10 minutes of your time. Your responses will be used to create new training materials for the Viewer and improve its functionality. We thank you in advance for taking the time to participate and provide your input.
The survey will close at the end of November. So hurry up, please.