Funding Partners

National Science Foundation (NSF)

  • NSF LTER-PIE: Interactions between External Drivers, Humans and Ecosystems in Shaping Ecological Process in a Mosaic of Coastal Landscapes and Estuarine Seascapes [2012-2016].
  • NSF EPA: ULTRA Climate Project [2012-2013].
  • NSF EPSCoR: Interaction Among Climate, Land Use, Ecosystem Services and Society [2011-2016].
  • NSF Macrobiology: Collaborative Research: Stream Consumers and Lotic Ecosystem Rates (SCALER): Scaling from Centimeters to Continents [2011-2015].
  • NSF EaSM: Type 2: A Regional Earth System Model of the Northeast Corridor: Analyzing 21st Century Climate and Environment [2011-2014].
  • NSF LTER: Plum Island Sound Comparative Ecosystem Study [2010-2012].
  • NSF Chemical Oceanography: ETBC: Collaborative Research: Controls on the Flux, Age, and Composition of Terrestrial Organic Carbon Exported by Rivers to the Ocean [2009-2012].
  • NSF CSAS: Collaborative Research: How Does Changing Seasonality Affect the Capacity of Arctic Stream Networks to Influence Nutrient Fluxes from the Landscape to the Ocean? [2009-2012].
  • NSF DEB-Coupled Human Natural Systems: Suburbanization, Water-Use, Nitrogen Cycling & Eutrophication in the 21st Century: Interactions, Feedbacks & Uncertainties in a Massachusetts Coastal Zone [2007-2011].
  • NSF DEB Ecosystems: Collaborative Research: Understanding the Scaling of N Cycle Controls Throughout a River Network [2006-2009].
  • NSF LTER: Plum Island Sound Comparative Ecosystem Study [2004-2010].

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

  • NASA NEWS: Tracking Dissolved Organic Carbon and Its Absorption Characteristics Along the Aquatic Continuum Over Time Using a Remote Sensing Based Approach [2009-2013].

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

  • NOAA NH SEAGRANT: Understanding the Mechanisms Controlling Storm Event Nitrogen Fluxes from the Lamprey River Watershed using Continuous in situ Sensors [2012-2014].

Other Support

  • NH AES: Scaling the Impact of Agricultural Activity on Water Quality through Time and Space in the Great Bay Watershed [2011-2013].
  • EPA STAR: Consequences of Global Change on Water Quality: Impact of Climate Change and Variability on the Nation's Water Quality and Ecosystem State [2010-2013].


  • 2021-2025 NSF GLASSNET: Networking Global to Local Analyses to Inform Sustainable Investments in Land and Water Resources. PI: T. Hertel (Purdue University), with Co-PIs D. Grogan (UNH) and others at Purdue and the University of Minnesota.
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  • 2020 NSF MSB Research Assistantships for High School Students (RAHSS) Supplement. PI: E. Burakowski (UNH), with Co-PI’s A. Contosta (UNH) and D. Grogan (UNH).
  • 2020-2024 NASA Sea Level Change Team: Quantifying contributions from glaciers and terrestrial hydrology to recent and future sea level change. PI D. Rounce (Carnegie Mellon University), with Co-I’s R. Lammers (UNH) and D. Grogan (UNH), and senior personnel A. Prusevich (UNH).
  • 2019-2022 NASA High Mountain Asia Team: Peak water in High Mountain Asia: Quantifying future cryosphere change to understand downstream human impacts. PI D. Rounce(Carnegie Mellon University), with Co-I’s R. Lammers (UNH) and D. Grogan (UNH), and senior personnel A. Prusevich (UNH).
  • NSF OPP 1917515: Collaborative Research: Fresh water and heat fluxes to the Arctic Ocean modeled with tree-ring proxies, 2019-2022, $579K, UNH PI - Shiklomanov A, Co-I - R. Lammers
  • NSF OPP 1913962: Collaborative Research: AON: The Arctic Great Rivers Observatory (ArcticGRO), 2019-2024, $206K, UNH PI - Shiklomanov A.
  • 2018-2021 NSF MSB-ECA: A lengthening vernal window: how vernal asynchronies in energy, water, and carbon fluxes impact ecosystem function. PI E. Burakowski (UNH) with Co-PI’s A. Contosta (UNH) and D. Grogan (UNH).


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