A Truly Miraculous Creature
Yankee Magazine, November 1, 2015
The only place most of us ever see an oyster is on ice. It’s an expensive delicacy, a sensuous mouthful associated with the boudoir by way of the belly. If you live near the seacoast, your knowledge might extend to the names of a few favorite local oysters and the bodies of water in which they grow. In short, our only experience of the oyster, which has been around for 500 million years or so, is as food.
Wicked Local Wareham, April 30, 2015
Anamarija Frankić, director of the Green Harbors Project, spoke at a lecture series in conjunction with the Wareham Village Association’s second annual Wareham Oyster Festival. "One of our goals is to create oyster nurseries in Cape Cod waters," she said.
bostongreenscene.net, August 25, 2014
Boston GreenScene highlights the partnership between the Green Harbors Project and FLEXcon's attempt to apply biomimicry solutions to coastal environmental issues.
CapeCodOnline.com, August 23, 2014
UMass Boston graduate Deniz Bertuna, who is now pursuing a master's degree in environmental science, spent the summer at Wellfleet Harbor on Cape Cod as part of the Green Harbors Project.
SouthCoastToday, August 15, 2014
UMass Boston graduate student Deniz Bertuna has spent his summer conducting research for his master's degree in environmental science for the Green Harbors Project at its Wellfleet Harbor research area.
Dorchester Reporter, June 05, 2014
Anamarija Frankic, director of the Green Harbors Project at UMass Boston, is leading a team tasked with studying water quality in Savin Hill Cove this summer.
Cape Cod Times, December 16, 2013
The "Born To Be Wild: Oysters Today for a Better Tomorrow" program, part of UMass Boston's Green Harbors Project, is attempting to raise $100,000 by Dec. 31 to pay for establishing oyster reefs and floating marshes in urban areas where natural salt marshes are unable to take root.
Sound Magazine , December 04, 2013
Anamarija Frankic, director of UMass Boston's Green Harbors Project, is interviewed about GHP, which she created expressly to provide assistance to coastal communities in addressing and solving their local issues.
WickedLocal.com, November 18, 2013
Anamarija Frankic, research fellow with the School for the Environment, says restoring previously destroyed natural habitats is the best strategy to lower nitrogen levels in Cape Cod waterways.
Triple Pundit, July 04, 2013
Last month, UMass Boston played host to the 7th Annual Biomimicry Education Summit, and the first ever Biomimicry 3.8 Global Conference. The second day of the conference featured a panel of architects and city planners who discussed ways to build cities that replace the ecosystems disturbed by urban development. Panelists mentioned ideas as simple as green roofs, and as complex as creating buildings that actually produce rainclouds.
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Inhabitat.com, June 11, 2013
Article on how UMass Boston will host the Biomimicry 3.8 Institute's 7th Annual Biomimicry Education Summit and first Global Conference June 21-23, 2013.
SouthCoastToday.com, April 07, 2013
Anamarija Frankic, associate director of the School for the Environment, will deliver a talk on biomimicry on April 22 at the Lloyd Center for the Environment in Dartmouth.
Nantucket Chronicle, February 18, 2013
Anamarija Frankic, director of the Green Harbors Project, authored this article on UMass Boston's pilot learning program on Nantucket.
Living on Earth, November 19, 2012
Anamarija Frankic, director of the Green Boston Harbor Project, is interviewed in this radio segment on the field of biomimicry.
WGBH, July 26, 2012
A large team including UMass Boston students and Anamarija Frankic, assistant professor of Environment, Earth, and Ocean Sciences and director of the Green Boston Harbor Project, are working to cultivate large beds of soft-shell clams within city limits for the first time.
WGBH, July 02, 2012
Anamarija Frankic, assistant professor of environmental, earth, and ocean sciences, is interviewed on Cirque de Sea, a science-based musical comedy about an oyster.
Patriot Ledger, June 08, 2012
Anamarija Frankic, assistant professor of environmental, earth, and ocean sciences, is quoted in this article on the state’s fish consumption advisories.
Boston.com, April 24, 2012
Lisa Greber, a doctoral student in Environmental, Earth, and Ocean Sciences, is quoted in this article on the state’s recent clearing of vegetation along Morrissey Boulevard near Malibu Beach and what it could mean for the ecosystem of the area.
Farm Futures, December 27, 2011
Article on how researchers at the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology have developed a different kind of diet for ‘domesticated fish’ mentions Anamarija Frankic, director of the Green Boston Harbor Project housed in the Center for Governance and Sustainability at UMass Boston.
The Patriot Ledger, August 09, 2011
Assistant Professor of Environmental, Earth, and Ocean Sciences Anamarija Frankic is profiled in this article for her work cleaning up Boston's coastline.