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View SADES Stream Crossing Data on the Aquatic Restoration Mapper

We've partnered with other state agencies, through the NH Stream Crossing Initiative to bring you a public-facing dataset of the SADES Stream Crossing Assessments. For the first time, data collected and reviewed in SADES is now available instantly to the public. 

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Common Standards

SADES provides a common set of collection and training standards. This ensures that data collected throughout the state is comparable and assessed uniformly.

Common Work

SADES assists all partners in reaching a common data collection goal. SADES reduces duplication of efforts and assists in the sharing of collection resources.

Common Repository

SADES provides a central cloud repository where all asset data is stored and accessible to all partners at any time. Data is no longer stored on individual storage devices.

1. Sustainability

2. Efficiency

3. Hosting & Cloud Storage

What does SADES accomplish?

  • Reduces duplication of efforts

    • Data is shared among partners

  • Streamlines data collection 

    • Data is collected on a mobile device

  • Provides seamless data sharing

    • ​Data is shared instantly on SADES server

  • Trusted hosting from UNH T2

    • ​Data is stored and monitored by T2

Learn more about SADES...



The University of New Hampshire Technology Transfer Center (T2) is responsible for all of the SADES training courses. Each course is designed to prepare the user to access and edit SADES data as well as accurately collect assest inventory and condition data. 



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SADES is a program that runs off a partnership of many different state entities. Follow this link to learn more about each of these partners and any other information pertaining to the SADES program. 

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