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Layer: Groundwater Rise Caused by 8-ft SLR (ID: 32)

Parent Layer: Groundwater Rise Caused by Sea Level Rise

Name: Groundwater Rise Caused by 8-ft SLR

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Description: Description: Simulated groundwater rise with 8.0 feet of sea-level rise. Simulations were created using USGS MODFLOW-2005 with the Groundwater Vistas graphical user interface. This map consists of rectangular polygons created from a raster grid of groundwater rise with sea-level rise relative to mean sea level (MSL) measured at the Fort Point tide gage in 2016. The groundwater modeling study upon which this resource is based is described in: Knott, J. F., Daniel, J.S., Jacobs, J., Kirshen, P., 2018. Modeling Groundwater Rise Caused by Sea-Level Rise in Coastal New Hampshire. Journal of Coastal Research.

Copyright Text: Jayne F. Knott, Ph.D. Candidate; Jennifer M. Jacobs, Ph.D.; University of New Hampshire, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. This resource was developed as part of the 2018 CZM Project of Special Merit “Using Science, Building Social Capital, and Unpacking Tax Incentives for a Resilient Coastal New Hampshire”, managed by the NHDES Coastal Program. NOAA-NOS-OCM-2018-2005389

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