07/11/2023 | Research

Undergraduate Interns studying carbon flux, trace metals, and nutrient contamination in the Neponset River and Estuary

This summer, two undergraduate researchers have joined the Stone Living Lab!

The Engineering with Nature Podcast: Nature-Based Coastal Resilience in Urban Settings

The City of Boston is experiencing climate change and taking action to build urban resiliency through their Climate Ready Boston initiative. In Season 6, Episode 2 of the EWN® Podcast, Host Sarah Thorne is joined by Co-host Andrew McQueen, Research Biologist in the Environmental Laboratory of the Engineer Research and Development Center, USACE, and Joe Christo, Managing Director of the Stone Living Lab in Boston, Massachusetts.

Curtis sitting on a boat in the ocean.
06/29/2023 | Research

New Grad Students Join the Lab!

We're thrilled to welcome two new graduate students to the Lab! Daniel Lopez and Curtis Morris will be researching the intertidal zone with SLL researcher Jarrett Byrnes.

Boston Harbor Educators Workshop 2023

Reflections from our second annual Educators Workshop.

A close-up image of a wrack line with shells, dry grass, and seaweed along the shore.

Cobble Berm Monitoring Project Update: Focus Group Kickoff!

Woods Hole Group, the SLL, and MA Coastal Zone Management hosted two focus groups to help guide our work in education and outreach for coastal resilience professionals!

All Storms are Local: The December 23rd 2022 Storm in Boston Harbor

New data from the SLL's Boston Harbor buoy is shedding light on how winter storms affect Boston Harbor.

04/04/2023 | Research

Coastal Surge Investigators: Join Stone Living Lab in New Community Science Opportunity

In our latest community science initiative, Lab staff and partners are working with local residents to develop and pilot ways to track the extent of coastal storm surge in and around Boston Harbor. Find out more about the project, including how to get involved!

01/04/2023 | Research

2022 Research Highlights

This past year was an exciting one for Lab researchers, as our knowledge about Boston Harbor continues to grow and develop! Lab scientists collected data across the harbor, launched new projects, and developed new partnerships to expand our work with others around Boston and beyond.

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12/29/2022 | Education, Research

Taking Root: Our Second Year of Education & Engagement

For the Lab’s Education and Engagement program, 2022 brought us many wonderful opportunities to engage with Bostonians and visitors of all ages across the Harbor!