Light Pollution In New Hampshire Continues To Increase — Latest NOAA MAP.

by Anura Guruge


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Click to access National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) post on this troubling topic.

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Click on map to access Interactive (searchable) Map. Legend of what the colors mean, below.

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Click to ENLARGE. Also appears with the Interactive Map (above). NOTE: National Parks, such as Acadia, are marked in PURPLE. Don’t confuse the PURPLE with the Magenta. Confusing!


New Hampshire. The ‘white dot on the blue arrow‘ is ME.
You can see the pollution encroaching.
Compare with this map from 4 years ago.

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Click to ENLARGE.


Acadia National Park area. The ‘blue arrow with white dot’ is Bar Harbor.

The Purple swatches denote THE PARK — not light pollution!
Hence the Purple in Schoodic Peninsula (to the right) and Isle au Haut (southwest).

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Click to ENLARGE.


Related Posts:
>> Light pollution in NH, 2012.


by Anura Guruge


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