Is Related To
Tourism, Environment & Sustainable Development Cluster
The proposed long-term environmental monitoring and education (L-TEME) site program marks the initiation of long-term ecological and hydrologic monitoring program in the Beebe River watershed, a tributary to the Pemigewasset River. The research program will track freshwater and terrestrial ecological conditions and the movement patterns and genetics of eastern brook trout before and following a major restoration endeavor to restore natural flows to five south-facing Beebe River tributaries.
Villamagna, Amy and O'Donnell, Brigid, "Beebe River L-TEME Phase II: Capacity Building in Fish and Watershed Science [Project Proposal]" (2018). Clusters. 518.