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Rob Lyons Aug 22
WHO in "saying something sensible" shocker. are unlikely to be harmful to humans. Can the plastic-phobes calm down now?
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Lola Paradinas Sep 10
Cannot wait to go to looking and sharing the scientific progress in field !
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Rogue Wave Sep 17
Rec’d a great question about whether we can use in our . Answer from founder below (1/4)
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AnatomyStuff Sep 18
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Kristian Parton Sep 8
🦈 Attention fans - another episode of right here for you! Sadly the weather has forced us indoors 💦, so today I’m inside talking to you about some of the we’re finding in our sharks! Please RT widely 🦈!
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Chelsea Rochman Aug 22
Below, a perfect example of what happens when a report is solicited before an evidence base about the impacts of on human health is built. Below, different interpretations of a WHO report by different news outlets.
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ongalvestonisle 4h
Great turnout for fall beach cleanup. Learned about nurdles, little plastic bb’s that are floating all around our oceans. So small you don’t notice their danger. Thanks and
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lucy siegle Sep 2
More crap plastic clothes thrust out on to the earth. Just what the planet needs 🏆🌟woo hoo. I understand there’s a range of plastic hair extensions to look forward to. Molly Mae you are officially the poster girl of end-game capitalism.
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Seltek Consultants 5h
Its great seeing companies making it easier for consumers to tackle environmental issues like
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Paul Knoepfler Sep 3
The average amount of microplastics we are all eating is way more than you might think (not to mention what we are breathing). Biological systems like us are not designed to have these things in them. Some new data & common sense ideas.
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Mizzou Limnology Sep 20
The nonprofit is testing Missouri's waterways for . Check out the story on :
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The Story of Stuff Project Sep 18
A study has found that plastics inhibit earthworms' growth, possibly triggering a cascading effect on plant growth.
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Sea Shepherd SSCS Aug 24
Help save our by refusing soap and hand sanitizer products with in them! These wash down your drain and end up in our oceans, resulting in the plastics being a part of the food chain 😢
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Gabriel Erni Cassola Aug 29
Happy to share a new article about microbial communities on . If you are trying to isolate "interesting" strains, consider early biofilm stages (~2 days) and weathering. To the article:
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BethanieCAlmroth Sep 1
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Chris Aram Sep 20
97% of 2,500 children tested had toxic levels of plastic by products in their blood and urine.
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IPEN: toxics-free Sep 7
“If increase the rate of methylmercury production, then microplastics in the environment could indirectly be increasing the amount of that accumulates in fish” ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁦ ⤵️
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P.Miller 2h
The is a distraction from the environmental disaster that is
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Florian Pohl Sep 20
Awesome! Let's "hope" that we also catch some with this sediment-trap!
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MicroMed2019 Sep 20
And that's a wrap! The Organizing Committee sincerely thanks all the partecipants to ! It's been an amazing conference and we hope you all have enjoyed it and learned more on the current studies on . See you again at the next edition in 2021! 🌊
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