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Janice Brahneyjoined in Feb 5, 2021
Assistant Professor at Utah State University, Logan, US.
Brahney has 1 break published.
Microplastics are raining down from the sky
It's entirely possible that tiny fragments of the windbreaker from your childhood, the straw you used sometime last year, or the label from a soft drink you had yesterday are now floating around in the atmosphere. The amount of plastic produced globally increases every year... click to read more
- Janice Brahney | Assistant Professor at Utah State University, Logan, US
Reading time 3.5 min
published on Feb 5, 2021
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