Beach Erosion Data

Two people hold stakes connected by a rope on a sandy shoreline

Our staff and volunteer teams have been monitoring New Hampshire's sandy beaches year-round since 2018, and their data is now available to you through a new data portal, beach reports, and a four-year summary. Find the data product that best suits your needs for understanding shoreline change below.

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NH DES Beach Profiling Data Portal

Access and view data from any monitored beach in New Hampshire and build your own data comparisons.
 

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2020 Beach Profile Reports

Interested in how one of our beaches has changed over time? These reports summarize broad changes and highlight important accretion and erosion events.

a screenshot of the 2020 beach profiling summary for Hampton Beach

Hampton Beach 2020 Summary

Hampton Beach 2020 Summary

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A screenshot of the 2020 Jenness Beach Beach Profiling Summary

Jenness Beach 2020 Summary

Jenness Beach 2020 Summary

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A screenshot of the 2020 North Beach 01 Beach Profiling Report

North Beach 2020 Summary

North Beach 2020 Summary

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A screenshot of the 2020 North Hampton State Beach 01 Beach Profiling Report

North Hampton Beach 2020 Summary

North Hampton Beach 2020 Summary

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A screenshot of the 2020 Seabrook Beach Profiling Report

Seabrook Beach 2020 Summary

Seabrook Beach 2020 Summary

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A screenshot of the 2020 Wallis Sands Beach profiling report

Wallis Sands Beach 2020 Summary

Wallis Sands Beach 2020 Summary

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Can't get enough information about our beaches? Read our extensive report detailing the results of our beach profiling program from 2016 to 2020

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The cover of the four year data summary for the beach profiling program

Contact

Wells Costello
Citizen Science Outreach Coordinator
wellsley.costello@unh.edu
(603) 862-6707

Alyson Eberhardt
CRV Program Manager
Coastal Ecosystems Extension Specialist
alyson.eberhardt@unh.edu
(603) 862-6709


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