Andrew Dickerson - Tiny water-walking bugs provide scientists with insights on how microplastics are pushed underwater:

https://phys.org/news/2024-01-tiny-bugs-scientists-insights-microplastics.html

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Andrew Dickerson - Tiny water-walking bugs provide scientists with insights on how microplastics are pushed underwater: https://phys.org/news/2024-01-tiny-bugs-scientists-insights-microplastics.html #Microplastics #WaterStrider #Resiliency #Plastron #Raindrops #Cratering #FluidDynamics #Physics
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Tiny water-walking bugs provide scientists with insights on how microplastics are pushed underwater
Microplastics are tiny plastic particles that can cause big problems when they enter the water supply. One way my fluid dynamics lab explores microplastic movement is by studying how tiny water-walking insects are pushed underwater by raindrops.
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