Register now for the 2023 Stone Living Lab Conference!
Join the Stone Living Lab for a gathering of fellow researchers, students, adaptation professionals, and other climate science leaders at our first in-person conference, Nature-Based Coastal Resilience in Urban Settings | April 26-28 | UMass Boston | Learn more and register
Commonwealth’s Climate Chief Melissa Hoffer to Deliver Keynote Address at 2023 Conference
The Stone Living Lab is thrilled to announce Melissa Hoffer, Massachusetts’ first ever Climate Chief, will join us as a Keynote Speaker during our April 2023 Conference, Nature-Based Coastal Resilience in Urban Settings.
Lab director Paul Kirshen co-authored a new report with Ellen Douglas on the impacts of climate change on the Greater Boston area. Read more about the impacts of storms, precipitation, and floods in this hot off the press article!
Erosion has been the topic of conversation for many Cape Codders in the wake of the last few storms. The Outer Cape in particular has taken a beating. Watch Dr. Mark Borrelli, Lab Research Director, discuss sea level rise and erosion for Lower Cape TV.
A new report from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) states that by 2050, the water in Boston Harbor might be at least a foot higher than it is now. Our very own Lab Director Paul Kirshen was interviewed on WCVB Channel 5 Boston to talk about the potential impacts of sea level rise on Boston.
In late 2021, the Stone Living Lab deployed two Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers, or ADCPs, in the Boston Harbor area. These instruments will provide us with critical information about Boston Harbor and how winter storms affect its waters.
Article published by UMass Boston on the Lab's first annual conference with BHEN! Scientists and partners from all over the area joined us to discuss the impacts of climate change on the state’s most vulnerable coastal regions in and around Boston Harbor.