Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment
The Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment fosters cooperative actions within the Gulf of Maine watershed to preserve our common heritage and encourage sustainable resource use for present and future generations.
This website is devoted to the seacoast region of New Hampshire, which contains 25 towns that are rich in history, culture and resources.
Find individual monthly Tide Charts for 150 harbors from Eastport, Maine, to Greenwich, Connecticut
New Hampshire Nautical Links
This website has dozens of links to museums, lighthouses, charter boats and other nautical resources in New Hampshire.
Mt. Washington Weather Station
The Mount Washington Weather Station observes and records the extreme weather conditions of Mount Washington and conducts scientific research and educational programs that foster the appreciation of the science, history and natural history of the White Mountains.
Bay of Fundy
Discover the Bay of Fundy, "one of the marine wonders of the world" and home to this planet's highest tides. The constant flow of sea water in and out of the Bay helps sustain an abundant array of wildlife.
New Hampshire Coastal Program
The New Hampshire Coastal Program (NHCP) serves as the lead agency in coordinating policies and planning among the coastal communities and several state and federal agencies. NHCP's mission is to balance the preservation of natural resources of the coast with the social and economic needs of this and succeeding generations.
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Isles of Shoals Weather Station
Get the latest weather report from the IsleS of Shoals automated weather station at the lighthouse on White Island, located at 42.97 N, 70.62 W.
Click here to visit the Weather Station Website.
Marine Resources Education Division (Maine Dept. of Marine Resources)
The Marine Resources Education Division publishes "A Teacher's Guide to Marine Life of the Gulf of Maine" as part of their overall project to develop awareness of the marine environment and its resources.
Click here to visit the Maine Department of Marine Resources Website.