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Marine Biology Master’s student takes flight researching with drones

Lauren O’Neil and Dr. Amy Ferdinand are conducting a study at a pond located in Byram Township in Sussex County, where Lauren is studying the biology of a species of freshwater clam.

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Clinging Jellyfish Arrive at Montclair State

University partners with Department of Environmental Protection to study tiny, toxic stingers

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What you can do to reduce the global jellyfish explosion

As the beach season commences learn how you can help in controlling the jellyfish population. Article features insights from Dr. Paul Bologna, Marine Biology and Coastal Sciences

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Montclair State Hosts Earth Day Press Conference with U.S. Senators Booker and Menendez

Senators announce legislative effort to prohibit seismic offshore fossil fuel exploration in N.J.

The Land that Time Discovered

Film about the Coral Bay featuring professor Paul Bologna

STEM-SEAS

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Student Experiences Aboard Ships

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PhD Assistanship in Coastal Dynamics

The student will be involved in exploring the co-evolution of human activities and natural processes in the coastal environment.

Greenwood Lake

West Milford Township, Montclair State University wading into Greenwood Lake’s phosphorous problem

Meiyin Wu and the Passaic River Institute were recently featured in an article on NorthJersey.com

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Bulkhead Blitz

The Bulkhead Blitz attempts to prevent the jellyfish population from growing further next year.

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Rising Tide: What We Can Learn from the Dutch and their Relationship with Water

A Series of Lectures, Films and Special Events Fall 2015: October 7 – November 19

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Mysterious Balls of Goo Are Rolling Onto American Beaches

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

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‘Very dangerous’ jellyfish found on Harvey Cedars beach – Asbury Park Press