Carbon Solutions New England

Maps & Resources

Maps & Resources

Maps

Reports, Publications & Theses

Presentations

Graphs

Links to Other Resources

 

Maps

1. Lamprey River Watershed

2. Our project has modeled and mapped existing and potential future 100-year floodplains in Lamprey River Watershed. Information in the maps can be used for municipal and regional planning, emergency management, zoning, master plan updates, and infrastructure projects.

A series of floodplain maps depicts the extent of 100 year floods for the following conditions:

These maps are available for download from the New Hampshire GRANIT website for the following regions within the watershed and conditions

    Watershed Map - FIRM, 2005 Conditions, 2100 Conventional Buildout
    Watershed Map - FIRM, 2005 Conditions, 2100 Conventional Buildout with Aerial Photo Base
    Watershed Map - FIRM, 2005 Conditions, 2100 LID Buildout

    Durham - FIRM, 2005 Conditions, 2100 Conventional Buildout
    Durham - FIRM, 2005 Conditions, 2100 LID Buildout

    Epping - FIRM, 2005 Conditions, 2100 Conventional Buildout
    Epping - FIRM, 2005 Conditions, 2100 LID Buildout

    Lee - FIRM, 2005 Conditions, 2100 Conventional Buildout
    Lee - FIRM, 2005 Conditions, 2100 LID Buildout

    Newmarket - FIRM, 2005 Conditions, 2100 Conventional Buildout
    Newmarket - FIRM, 2005 Conditions, 2100 LID Buildout

    Raymond - FIRM, 2005 Conditions, 2100 Conventional Buildout
    Raymond - FIRM, 2005 Conditions, 2100 LID Buildout

3. Trends in Land Use

Click here to see a movie of the four maps above. The movie shows increasing development in the watershed over almost 50 years. Watch the red areas of land, which represent development, increase with time.

 

Reports, Publications & Theses

Presentations

 

Graphs

The following series of graphs shows land use and population change over the period of 1962-2005 (the same time period as the land use maps above) for the towns that comprise the Lamprey River Watershed.

Graph 1. Land use change over time, by town in the Lamprey River Watershed. (Cameron Wake)

Graph 2. Population change over time, by town in the Lamprey River Watershed. (Cameron Wake)

Graph 3. Land use and population change over time, by town in the Lamprey River Watershed. (Cameron Wake)

Links to Other Resources

Current water flows on the Lamprey River

New England Climate Portal

NOAA Climate Services

New Hampshire Flood History and Information

Climate Choices

United States Global Change Research Program

Additional Reports of Interest: