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Adaptation Tool-kit
Assessments
  • Once a community is ready to begin, they should first start with assessing the community vulnerabilities, identifying community assets, and perhaps conducting detailed analysis where applicable, such as an analysis of proper culvert sizing based on recent flooding events.

NOAA Roadmap for Adapting to Coastal Risk provides a participatory approach for assessing a community’s vulnerability to hazards

NH Climate Preparedness Data Directory helps identify community assets and characteristics vulnerable to climate change impacts

Assessing the Risk of 100-year Freshwater Floods in the Lamprey River Watershed of New Hampshire Resulting from Changes in Climate and Land Use

Full Report, Climate Change in the Piscataqua/Great Bay Region: Past, Present, and Future – an analysis of historical climate changes, future climate changes and sea level rise in the Piscataqua/Great Bay Region

Natural Resource Defense Council has created a list of Climate Change Health Threats for New Hampshire that a community can use as part of its assessments.

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