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Fewer fish may reach breeding age as climate change skews timing of reproduction, food availability

July 24, 2019 ・ Joseph Albanese

Climate change may be depriving juvenile fish of their most crucial early food source by throwing off the synchronization of when microscopic plants known as phytoplankton bloom and when fish hatch, according to Princeton University researchers. The long-term effect on…

Princeton senior Redding explores the brightening future of solar power in the Philippines

June 9, 2019 ・ Morgan Kelly

Each year, the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) supports senior-thesis research by students from departments across the University. This story is part of a series exploring the disciplinary variety of PEI-funded undergraduate research carried out by members of the Class of…

PEI Class Day 2019 honors work, dedication of students in Princeton environmental studies

June 5, 2019 ・ Morgan Kelly

Forty-six Princeton University seniors emerged from Guyot Hall June 3 as the latest recipients of certificates in environmental studies from the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI). The certificates and prizes for notable undergraduate research were presented during PEI Class Day 2019.…

Jacobson works to understand the climate through volcanoes and monsoons

May 6, 2019 ・ Morgan Kelly

Each year, the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) supports senior-thesis research by students from departments across the University. This story is part of a series exploring the disciplinary variety of PEI-funded undergraduate research carried out by members of the Class of…