Paul A. X. Bologna
Associate Professor, Biology and Molecular Biology
Director, Aquatic and Coastal Sciences Program
Montclair State University associate professor of Biology Paul Bologna, PhD, is a noted authority on submerged aquatic vegetation. He received an Environmental Excellence Award from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for research on seagrass restoration in New Jersey.
Through his research efforts, advances have been made in understanding eelgrass population genetics in New Jersey and other states. Bologna and Biology and Molecular Biology department colleague Jack Gaynor, PhD, are currently conducting research on the impact of invasive sea nettles on the ecosystem of New Jersey’s Barnegat Bay.
Studying Portuguese Man-of-War in New Jersey, NJTV News
Researchers Investigate Surge of Man o’ Wars at the Jersey Shore, NBC10 Philadelphia
I came face-to-face with a Man-of-War Jellyfish in Atlantic City, Philadelphia Magazine
Why is the sky blue?, Asbury Park Press
Jersey Shore Jellyfish Population Jumps, NBC New York
Stinging jellyfish continue to menace swimmers on Barnegat Bay, The Star-Ledger