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Parveen Kaswan, IFS Nov 20
Great job humans. is now reaching to new heights. Microplastics were found in snow and stream water samples on Mt. . The highest were discovered in a sample from 8,440 meters. Read here;
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Business Insider India🇮🇳 Nov 20
| The world's highest summit has fallen victim to the plague of . Read more: By
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Business Insider India🇮🇳 Nov 21
Replying to @BiIndia
are one of the most harmful side effects of humans using the planet. After being detected in the deepest point on the Earth, the , microplastics have been found near the death zone of .
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Jessica Hurley Nov 23
Micro-FTIR analysing suspected from marine invert samples and got a 47% match with extinct cave bear?! 🐻😂
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Andy Booth Nov 23
Great to see ⁦Isabelle Schulz ⁦⁩ chairing a session at on the new projects funded through JPIO
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Marissa Giroux, PhD Nov 17
If you’re attending this week, the live nano and discussion is this afternoon. Check out my presentation (1.11.10) to learn about using eDNA and eRNA as tools for evaluating the effects of nanoplastics on benthic communities.
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ربات خَشی Nov 24
Microplastics present in stormwater may act as vehicles to transport heavy metals from urban environment to the freshwater resources. Check out our new published paper at the Journal of Hazardous Materials.
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Steve Burrows Nov 18
Check out this great work from highlighting the use of biosolids in agriculture as a pathway for into the environment! 🌱🌱🌱 Be sure to give him a follow! He has some exciting work coming up too!
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Business Insider India🇮🇳 Nov 21
Replying to @BiIndia
are not biodegradable. It takes many years before these particles, which are generally defined as being less than 5 millimeters in size, breaks down on their own. They pose a of being ingested and incorporated into the bodies and tissues of living organisms.
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Plastic Soup Foundation Nov 20
25,000 particles of plastic in a cuppa: Drinking tea or coffee from paper cups may raise risk of cancer from swallowing , experts warn 😳
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ezgi Nov 23
A useful study showing the effect of on zooplankton.
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ExeterMarine Nov 23
Are you attending the conference on ? We have several excellent researchers presenting their work including (TODAY 14:30 GMT) and (TOMORROW 17:00 GMT). Tune in live:
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McGill University Nov 24
Mathieu Lapointe, an early-stage researcher at , has been recognized by for his innovative work to remove during water treatment.
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Ana I Catarino Nov 23
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Sabine Pahl Nov 24
Great to see all the reminders to new journal at - for all things and in research and we very much encourage interdisciplinary perspectives including social and behavioural aspects!
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Maja Grünzner Nov 24
Let's start a conversation about the role of social science in the discussion! Today at
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Alexandra McGoran Nov 23
Want to hear about microplastics in Thames crabs? Tune into my talk at on Wednesday at 14:00 session 25.5 in the Meadows D. Room.
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Anna Sanchez Vidal Nov 22
starts today! We are presenting today at 18:00 (Posidonia remains trapping plastics) and 21:00 (Surfing for Science on microplastic pollution). Let the show begin!!
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ipbes Nov 23
Researchers just found in snow samples collected near the summit of - 8,440 metres above sea level Via :
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Mⓐrtin Wⓐgner 18h
Our very own Andrea Faltynkova presenting now on hyperspectral imaging as a new tool to analyze ! Exciting!
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