New research from marine scientists at Northeastern shows that the behavior of middle predators in marine food webs plays an important role in the welfare of the whole system—and that, like our behavior, middle predator behavior is pretty fickle.
Environmental studies major Anderson Page built a 144-square-foot house as part of his senior thesis project and plans to live there for the summer.
On co-op, Michael Orbank is measuring the environmental damage caused by last year’s earthquake in the island country’s second most populated city.
Following two co-op experiences working with remote-sensing technology, a Northeastern environmental science major sees her future clearly
University makes Princeton Review’s 2011 guide to most environmentally responsible “green colleges” in the United States and Canada
Northeastern researcher collaborates on digital classification of jellyfish species; part of her larger interest in genetic and evolutionary differences
Invasive species can wreak havoc on ecosystems, like the Atlantic Ocean off the Southeastern U.S. and the Caribbean. Researchers have struggled in recent years to combat the presence of lionfish — which are native to the Indo-Pacific waters. Annette Govindarajan, an instructor in Northeastern University’s Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, explores the dangers that this fish and other invasive species present.