June 20, 2022
The Chronolog station is located on the John T. Fallon State Pier, along a portion of the Harborwalk that passes in front of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum near the University of Massachusetts Boston. Images from this site will provide data about water levels over time and during specific events such as “wicked high tides”.
The Stone Living Lab is an innovative and collaborative initiative for testing and scaling up nature-based approaches to climate adaptation, coastal resilience and ecological restoration in the high-energy environment of the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park.
The pictures collected from our Chronolog stations will help us measure and track coastal change along Boston Harbor. How will seasonal change and storm events shift in the face of climate change?
Find out more about our other education initiatives and get involved at https://stonelivinglab.org/education/.
The Stone Living Lab is a partnership of the City of Boston, UMass Boston School for the Environment, Boston Harbor Now, the National Parks of Boston, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, and the James M. and Cathleen D. Stone Foundation that engages scientists and the community in research, education, and the promotion of equity.