The hidden impacts of microplastic pollution may manifest themselves in the brains of fish. Read the latest environment, climate, and water news from PME, providers of exceptional aquatic sensor devices.
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The hidden impacts of marine microplastics
A new study examines how the smallest plastic particles – nanoplastics – can move up the food web, harming zooplankton and fish. Polystyrene particles were found inside brains of the studied fish, altering behavior. Here’s why more research is needed.
PME CEO Kristin Elliott had a chance to be an expert panelist at a conference hosted by Think inStrategy. At the conference, titled “Culture: The Ace Up Your Sleeve” executives at companies large and small discussed how to implement company culture. Kristin is on the right in the photo.
Diversified fishers enjoy more stable incomes
Scientists sifted through decades of U.S. records and found that multiple permits can pay off for individual fishers, even though 70-90 percent still rely on just one species.
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