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Dan Wilson 16h
Great to see so many interesting posters and presentations on in and the at the !
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Chelsea Rochman 12h
Looking forward to sharing the stage with and for a discussion about . For me, this story began when Rick walked into my lab and asked me if I would analyze his poop. Yep.. Join us and learn more about his experiment!
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Atanas G. Atanasov Jul 31
Small crustacean can fragment microplastics in four days, study finds Other social media channels:
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Garth Covernton 👨🏼‍🎓👨🏼‍🔬🔬👨🏼‍💻 Jul 31
Bit of a wild title, but IMO this is an excellent paper. and fish peeps whatyda think?
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TennesseeRiverkeeper Aug 5
Cigarettes are the planet’s most littered item. Some folks think butts biodegrade quickly — they dont! They’re made from plastic fibers such as cellulose acetate. Please help educate the smokers. If we can change one habit it helps waterways.
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Beat the Microbead Aug 5
Maldives records highest level of pollution on the planet😞 Microplastics concentration found on Naifaru in Maldives (55 -1127.5 per kg) was greater than those found on a highly populated site at Tamil Nadu, India (3 – 611 per kg) Read more:
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Max Pendleton Aug 5
We can all reduce our contribution to global . Let's keep working to reduce our impact on and global environmental health... :)
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School of Environmental Sciences 9h
are a persistent environmental . New by our own Prof. and shows that 71% of a mussel species sampled from the Grand River Watershed contained microplastics.
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A Plastic Planet 12h
riddled with - especially , study finds Sí, sardinas
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LimnoPlast Jul 29
GREAT NEWS! - the is searching for a junior research group leader with expertise in & - a fantastic job opportunity in this interdisciplinary & international research center !
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Felicitas Tenbrink Jul 29
This is me; very scientifically digging a hole. Happy to be finally back in the field and working on my PhD! Let the sampling season 2020 beginn (with just a slight delay of 4 month... we got this)
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Ocean Clean Wash Aug 4
The bodies of 67% of sharks analyzed are contaminated with 🦈 Most of them contained at least one plastic particle or microfiber, with one specimen containing up to 154 fibers of a blue plastic rope!
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Project AWARE Aug 5
Cheap synthetic clothes during each wash shed 100,000 microfibers, which then flow out to rivers and oceans. How do you fight microplastics at home? 📷
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Steve Ormerod Aug 4
Gammarus 'shreds' polyethylene: making more prone to further degradation or more prone to onward incorporation into food webs ...?
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CCB Aug 4
are deliberately put into products and as they get used and washed they eventually finding their way into the . Microplastics are harmful and they should be banned. Read more:
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Xeros Technology Group plc Aug 4
We applaud the for taking action on ocean 👏 But equally we remind them them that microfibres released when washing synthetic clothing is a far larger source of plastic pollution. These (England) stats give an idea...
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Wasatch Photonics 1h
Ultrasonic capture offers a creative alternative for in-situ testing of microplastics in water with Raman, suitable even for the smallest, most numerous particles. Read the full article in Spectroscopy Media
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Ocean Clean Wash 20h
If you saw 120 plastic bottles fall from the sky, you’d be right to feel concerned. But what if that number was multiplied by a million? 😵 That’s the number of that fall on just 11 national parks & wilderness areas in the US annually.
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Quest For Eco Aug 5
This video explains microplastic pollution and its effects on our environment. If you find the video useful, consider subscribing and spreading the word! Video link:
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Varun Dattaraj Aug 5
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