Marine Biology & Coastal Sciences

Page 1 of 1

Mysterious Balls of Goo Are Rolling Onto American Beaches

Professor Paul Bologna was recently interviewed by National Geographic regarding the recent behavior of jellyfish.

'Very dangerous' jellyfish found on Harvey Cedars beach - Asbury Park Press

Biology Professor Featured on The Weather Channel

Professor Jack Gaynor discusses the strangeness and potential danger presented by the box jellyfish sighted at the Jersey Shore.

Biology Students win at MACUB Meeting

6 undergraduate and 3 graduate students took home 7 of the 20 awards given out in the poster competition

Attack of the venomous jellyfish at Shore APP article

Montclair State University scientists have confirmed that a dangerous box jellyfish washed up on a northern Ocean County beach last fall. Asbury Park Press article.

PhD Graduate Assistantship in Env Mgmt/Applied Math

Mathematical and computational modeling of ocean transport with application to the control of autonomous ocean vehicles.

Superstorm Sandy two years later: The storm next time

Passaic River Institute Director, Dr. Meiyin Wu, recently released an article on NorthJersey.com

Biology Researchers Lead N.J. Jellyfish Study

Marine Biology & Coastal Sciences Video Series: Viers

Viers: Once in a Lifetime

Marine Biology & Coastal Sciences Video Series: St. John

St. John: A Fluctuating Ecosystem