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57– Dust. Janice Brahney explains how synthetic materials are driven into a natural phenomenon

57– Dust. Janice Brahney explains how synthetic materials are driven into a natural phenomenon

Update: 2021-11-03
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Email requests flooded Janice Brahney's inbox after publishing a paper in the June 2020 edition of Science. She had discovered microplastic in atmospheric dust. In this episode, she talks about how she handled her flooded inbox. You'll hear how she made this discovery. Listen to this episode to understand how phosphorus-laden dust affects watersheds across western states and how microplastic-laden dust changed Janice Brahney's life.    

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57– Dust. Janice Brahney explains how synthetic materials are driven into a natural phenomenon

57– Dust. Janice Brahney explains how synthetic materials are driven into a natural phenomenon

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