United States: Exeter developing climate change adaptation plan

Seacoast: By the end of 2014, the town is expected to have the most rigorous climate change adaptation plan on the Seacoast. Through a $683,472 grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the University of New Hampshire and Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve are working with the town to develop a plan based on Exeter's perspectives using hydraulic and hydrologic modeling and climate change scenarios. Paul Kirshen, a research professor with UNH's Institute for the Study......

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