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Around the previous two several years, ecologist Aaron Stoler has executed an in depth study of micro-plastic contamination in lakes during New Jersey, discovering the affect on freshwater organisms, and total communities. On Saturday, Nov. 14, Stoler will join the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences for an online Science Saturday presentation on micro-plastics as a resource of problem.
Stoler, an assistant professor of environmental science at Stockton College, “will also talk about how he steps micro-plastics in the natural environment, and ‘will go in excess of some of my preliminary outcomes,’” LBIF famous.
The dialogue – portion of the Foundation’s weekly lectures, which are all distant this slide – is scheduled for 11 a.m. to midday.
Science Saturdays are free for Foundation associates and close friends (make contact with LBIF for the absolutely free admission promo code) or $5 for other attendees. Sign up at lbifoundation.org/science/science-saturdays-3.
For additional information, call 609-494-1241 or stop by lbifoundation.org. —J.K.-H.