Marine and Environmental Sciences

The Department of Marine and Environmental Sciences programs are designed to help students develop an in-depth understanding of the processes that affect the earth’s surface and their importance to society.

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Marine and Environmental Sciences Degree Programs

There are many programs offered for both undergraduates and graduates, on main campus in Boston and at the Marine Science Center in Nahant with an emphasis on experiential learning through programs like the Three Seas Program, enabling students to experience marine life first-hand.

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Social insects under pathogenic stress invest in offspring quality over quantity

New research from Professor Rebecca Rosengaus and graduate student Erin Cole investigates the impacts of pathogens on termite colony formation
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Filtering fungi enhance nutrient removal in salt marshes

Salt marshes provide essential ecosystem services, such removing nutrients from runoff before it enters the ocean, but there is more research needed to uncover the mechanisms by which these services…
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Magma blebs and volcano behavior on co-op at Woods Hole

How do you figure out what happens before a volcanic eruption? Look for blebs! These snapshots of the past are helping researchers like Alexandra Castillejo understand how magma rises to…
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