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In this episode, we sit down with Natalie M. Mahowald, an Earth scientist who is the Irving Porter Church Professor of Engineering at Cornell University. She joins us today to discuss her work surrounding microplastic deposition and the atmospheric transport of biogeochemically-relevant species.  

Natalie is interested in exploring how humans impact the environment. With the new issues arising concerning microplastics, she has focused her research on where they come from, and how they are transported throughout the world.

In this episode, you will discover:

  • What modeling microplastics can tell us about their source and how they move.
  • The contributing factors of microplastic contamination.
  • How big microplastic particles actually are, and how their size affects their environmental transport.

This is the only Earth we have, and if we don’t take proactive steps to take care of it, the damage caused could be irreversible. Fortunately, with the dedication of experts like Natalie, our planet may just have a fighting chance…

Click here to learn more about Natalie and her important environmental research!

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