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Meghan Graham MacLean, Alexis M. Rudko, Dr. Russell G. Congalton

Given the recent no-cost availability of Landsat imagery through the United States Geological Survey (USGS), a more detailed examination of the changes in habitat and reflectance from this imagery is now possible. The Coastal Watershed in New Hampshire is an area covering 990 square miles of varied habitat, from areas that are well developed, to large tidal bays and managed forests. The watershed is also home to around 155 species of rare plants, 18 rare species of animals, and 35 different rare natural communities and ecosystems. However, due to pressure from rapid development, fragmentation, invasive species, water quality degradation, and climate change, many of these habitats are disappearing faster than ever.
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