Plants with small white flowers found during CSAM field work.

Biology News

Category: Marine Biology

Dr. Bologna and students eelgrass project in Barnegat Bay

College Students Work to Restore Protective Eelgrass Off NJ Shore

Dr. Bologna and his students went into the waters of Barnegat Bay Thursday for an eelgrass restoration project.

mauve jellyfish spotted at NJ Beaches story on Fox Weather

Dangerous Jellyfish spotted on New Jersey beaches

Dr. Paul Bologna discusses the Rare Mauve jellyfish that’s been spotted at NJ beaches whose stings could cause very painful reactions.

NBC4NY Studying the Dangers of Clinging Jellyfish

Studying the Dangers of Clinging Jellyfish in NJ Waters

Jen Maxfield from NBC4 NY visited Dr. Paul Bologna’s lab to learn more about these invasive creatures

An abandoned boat is washed ashore on Bay View Avenue near 24th Avenue in Seaside Park

Hoboken cleanup spells the end of abandoned boats

Dr. Paul Bologna, Professor, Biology, speaks with Ted Goldberg from NJ Spotlight News regarding boat debris

Physalia Physalis

The Portuguese Man-of-war Is Not a Jellyfish and Packs a Nasty Sting

Dr. Paul Bologna, Professor, speaks with HowStuffWorks about this fascinating creature

An abandoned boat is washed ashore on Bay View Avenue near 24th Avenue in Seaside Park

Beached, docked & dumped

NJ.com spoke with Dr. Paul Bologna, Biology, regarding the State’s abandoned boat problem

cyanobacteria under microscope

Student Wins Second in Poster Contest

Melissa Mazzaro, who is pursuing a Marine Biology and Coastal Sciences BS/MS, won the award at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Northeast Aquatic Plant Management Society

Kelp forests provide a range of ecosystem services

Embrace kelp forests in the coming decade

Dr. Colette Feehan was the primary author of this letter published in Science Magazine

cownose ray, mistaken identity story on CBS

Cownose Rays Alarm Swimmers On Jersey Shore

Dr. Paul Bologna talks about these creatures, currently in their annual migration

jellyfish

State warns of ‘exploding’ jellyfish population in Charlestown salt ponds

The Providence Journal spoke with Dr. Paul Bologna regarding the conditions sea nettles thrive

Clinging Jellyfish Return to the Jersey Shore

Dr. Paul Bologna and his research students took John Elliott, CBS Meteorologist, with them during a recent field research outing

sugar kelp

Professor Interviewed on 60 Second Science Podcast

Dr. Colette Feehan provided insight in the episode To Fight Climate Change: Grow a Floating Forest, Then Sink It