maxliboiron 5 research notes and 18 wiki edits | Joined over 5 years ago

How to use BabyLegs

by maxliboiron 10 months ago | 2 | 194 views | 3

Underwater Plume Sampling Methods

by maxliboiron over 5 years ago | 4 | 226 views | 0

DIY microscope resources

by liz over 2 years ago | 1 | 270 views | 2

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" Yes-- this is the same process. The issue with washing machines, as Eucastic above points out, is that there is a force to the water that a simple..." | Read more » 1 day ago
" We tend to reuse bottles rather than source virgin ones, since there are so many in the waste/recycling stream. For kits, I would have people find..." | Read more » 13 days ago
"Hi Jeff, Yes! You can rig up a hacked BabyLegs to work at the start or end of pipes, from spitting to sinks to dryer vents to sewage outfalls. Real..." | Read more » 7 months ago
"Looks about right to me. " | Read more » 9 months ago
"In a perfect world, you wouldn't be looking through plexi at your marine plastic because plexi has characteristics of plastic (scratches, reflectio..." | Read more » 10 months ago
"Yes-- the issue is the lighting, not the magnification. Most plastics are opaque, and the closer you zoom in, the harder it is to identify plastics..." | Read more » 10 months ago
"It's actually been tested for that-- it will certainly catch bugs, but anything larger has been able to successfully avoid it (ducks, fish, eels), ..." | Read more » 10 months ago
"Yes, rivers are ideal places to study microplastics for a couple of reasons. First, you can gain baseline data about the state of the body of water..." | Read more » 10 months ago
"Thanks Warren! " | Read more » over 5 years ago


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