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.
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.
This project examines how invasive species affect the biodiversity in NYC especially native plants!
Invasive species are a THRILLING nature type to observe. We studied their impact on New York City throughout the years, so click more to find out!
The Spotted Lantern flies are Spreading Quickly, Figure out what they are doing to the Native Species of Your Area and Why they should be stopped soon
The population of Spotted Lanternflies is growing rapidly. There are a few reasons why this is happening, these invasive species are attracted to various objects that are very common around the city.
Out project investigates whether spotted lanternfly observations vary by season or not and whether it is due to their life cycles, human observations, or another factor.
We analyzed Spotted Lanternflies and its preferred host, Trees of Heaven, for correlation. We investigated whether controlling Trees of Heaven could mitigate the spread of Spotted Lanternflies and agricultural harm.
This project examines the population growth of spotted lanternflies at Randall’s Island based on iNaturalist data gathered at the Macaulay annual BioBlitz.
Tree of Heaven, or Ailanthus altissima, is an invasive plant species that has disrupted NYC’s urban ecology. In this project, we analyzed its influence and methods to control its spread.