As New York City battles rising air quality concerns, it would be helpful to use lichens, an indicator species, as a predictor for how our ecology might change in the future.
In recent years, global climate and intensive agricultural land use have led to a sharp decline in insect species. New York’s prized bumblebees are now considered to be endangered…
Is there a difference between captive and wild orcas’ lifespans?
Many underlying illnesses and health complications among people of a certain geographical region have been found to have a correlation with the environmental conditions of that region. To investigate this phenomenon, we pose the question: Are higher air pollution concentrations correlated with higher asthma rates?
In this study, we asked the question: how does the presence of industrialization in an area impact the population densities of different bird species?
Ever wonder how human activity resulting from a lockdown may have affected NYC’s watershed water quality? Look no further, here’s a poster on water turbidity in the Delaware watershed!