Research Priorities from our Partners
NH Sea Grant encourages prospective Sea Grant-funded researchers to consider collaborating with our partner organiziations and local agencies to address research needs that are relevant across New Hampshire's coastal and marine science community. We believe that strong partnerships can enhance the impact of research findings, which is consistent with our mission to promote responsible stewardship of New Hampshire’s ocean, coastal, and estuarine resources through integrated research, education, extension, and communication efforts.
The Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (GBNERR) is managed by NH Fish & Game as part of the National Estuarine Research Reserve system. In addition to NH Fish & Game's research priorities (see below), GBNERR supports the research priorities outlined by the NHDES Coastal Program (see below).
Contact: Cory Riley, Reserve Manager, email@example.com
Visit GNERR's website.
The NH Coastal Program is administered by the NH Department of Environmental Services (NHDES). Click to view the PDF of current research priorities from NHDES and the NH Coastal Program.
Contact: Steve Couture, Program Administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the NH Coastal Program's website.
Click to view the PDF of current research priorities from Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, which help support the mission of NH Fish and Game.
Contact: Joshua Carloni, Marine Fisheries Division, email@example.com
Visit NH Fish and Game's website.
Click to view the PDF of current research priorities from The Nature Conservancy - NH.
Contact: Alix Laferriere, Director of Coastal and Marine Programs, firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit TNC-NH's website.