Learn about how willing Brooklyn College undergraduate students are to reduce their red-meat consumption to alleviate the climate change crisis.
Have you ever wondered how the surrounding environment of a park impacts its species? There are many factors that provide context to the differences between the parks we researched, such as the history of creation, the difference in socioeconomic status surrounding the parks, and urbanization.
Humans are losing their connection with nature- the environment that provides us with everything we need to survive. We need to be aware that as we destroy the world that we live in, we are destroying ourselves. Learn more about the environment and its importance in our lives through this project.
Ever a harbor and couldn’t see past all of the tall fuzzy-topped reeds in the way? Those are Phragmites! We examined the correlation between nitrogen and carbon treatments and their height and mass.
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.
Discovering Jewish music using three lenses, not only one.
The Spotted Lanternfly are becoming rampant here in the US. Why is this, & where will they thrive & invade next? Our poster delves deeper into these questions.
What’s happening to the U.S. bee population? Is there truly a correlation between carbon emissions and bee populations? Or is it all coincidence?
This project examines how invasive species affect the biodiversity in NYC especially native plants!
Harmful Algae Blooms (HABS), an invasive species, have long since invaded many territories through their tenacity. Through this project, we visualize based on Dataset Reports and support this evidence.