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    What we are about

    There is consensus amongst scientists that humans are changing the Earth’s climate. These alterations are having significant impacts on natural ecosystems.

    The challenge for scientists is no longer to document whether climate is affecting nature, but rather to forecast where, when, and how severe these impacts will be.

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    The Helmuth lab is joining the Mark Patterson lab to Florida for Fabien Cousteau's Mission 31. Check out the new Northeastern Mission 31 website

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  • Helmuth

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    Check out the new time lapse videos to enhance your tour of the Helmuth lab

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    Want to explore the weather of Nahant, MA?
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    Brian Helmuth is working with Skype in the classroom on webminar classes on intertidal ecology.

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  • SCC2013

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    The University of Basrah Marine Science Centre in cooperation with the Northeastern University Marine Science Center, Nahant, Massachusetts, USA, and the geology faculty, Technische Universitaet Bergakademie Freiberg, Saxony, Germany is pleased to announce the International Conference “Impact of Climate Change on the Marine Environment of Arid Regions”. The conference will be held in November 2014 at the University of Basrah, Basrah, Iraq.

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  • What's new

    Check out our new 360 degree virtual tours (gigapans). We have gigapans from North America to South America to China.

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    iNsolution Research Blog on the virtual tours



Move mouse or arrow keys around to experience the 360 degree tour. Use mouse scroll to zoom
Best viewed in "Little Planet" view
To see more go to www.northeastern.edu/helmuthlab/gopro.html





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