With one use, this sponge filtered lead to below detectable levels.
May 11, 2023
"This work may be pertinent to water quality issues both locally and globally," says Benjamin Shindel, a Ph.D. student in Germany. "We want to see this out in the world, where it can make a real impact."
In Situ Remediation Services Ltd. (IRSL), a leading environmental remediation company based in Canada, has recently completed a pilot study demonstrating how PFAS are effectively treated in the capillary fringe of an AFFF source zone by in situ injection using Colloidal Activated Carbon (CAC).
USMC plans to modernize, restructure and reshape its combat power for future near-peer adversary conflicts.
April 11, 2023
Laconic will upgrade the current USMC surf characterization methods with a state-of-the-art automated software and hardware maritime environmental monitoring system that can identify, measure and quantify risk variables at scale and speed.
Researchers studied over a decade of photographic records of individual whales and determined that belugas in Alaska's Cook Inlet have relatively low rates of birth and survival, which are both likely contributing to the population’s decline.
February 5, 2023
The beluga whale population in Alaska’s Cook Inlet, which connects Anchorage to the North Pacific Ocean, is listed as endangered and has declined by over 75% from about 1,300 whales in the late 1970’s to fewer than 300 today.
Reactions in microsplastics affect the fate and transport of organic contaminants in natural and engineering water systems, research shows.
January 16, 2023
The production of these reactive oxygen species from nanoplastics can endanger marine life and human health and potentially affects the mobility of the nanoplastics in the environment via redox reactions.