Ms. Karli Sipps, undergraduate researcher in Dr. Arbuckle-Keil’s research group, was awarded a New Jersey Space Grant Consortium grant for her research: Microplastics in the Raritan River. Ms. Sipps will be presenting this research at the annual New Jersey Space Grant Consortium in May 2019.
“Source tracking microplastics in the freshwater environment,” Trends in Analytical Chemistry, is in press. This article is co-authored with N.L. Fahrenfeld (Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Rutgers New Brunswick) and Shannon L. Bartelt-Hunt (and her student)(Department of Civil Engineering, University of Nebraska) Abstract: “Plastics are a frequently observed component of marine debris and there … Continue reading Article in press…
Ms. Karli Sipps received an Arts & Sciences Dean’s Research Fund Grant for the project: Fourier-Transform Infrared Analysis of Microplastic Particles in the Raritan River. This is a collaborative project with Dr. Nicole Fahrenfeld, Civil Engineering, Rutgers University, New Brunswick.
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