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If we collect four 64 oz mason jars of snow at the Drinkwater School from the beach, garden, woods, and the tree line near our stream in March, let it melt, and then use a vacuum pump to filter the water and look under the microscope, how many pieces of microplastic fibers and fragments would there be, if any, and how do the four sites compare?

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  • 4/4/2022 @ 12:56 pm - If we collect four 64 oz mason jars of snow at the Drinkwater School from the beach, garden, woods, and the tree line near our stream in March, let it melt, and then use a vacuum pump to filter the water and look under the microscope, how many pieces of microplastic fibers and fragments would there be, if any, and how do the four sites compare? (0% similar)
  • 4/4/2022 @ 12:56 pm - If we compare two different snow storms and get four 64 oz mason jars of snow at the Drinkwater School from the beach, garden, woods, and the tree line near our stream in March, let it melt and then use a vacuum pump to filter the water and look under the microscope, how many pieces of microplastic fibers and fragments would there be, if any, and how does the snowstorm data (temperature, snowfall quantity-in cm, physical properties of snow, type of storm, duration, type of storm clouds, wind speed, and wind direction) compare? (77% similar)
  • 3/7/2022 @ 11:31 am - If we compare two different snow storms and get four 64 oz mason jars of snow at the Drinkwater School from the beach, garden, woods, and the tree line near our stream in March, let it melt and then use a vacuum pump to filter the water and look under the microscope, how many pieces of microplastic fibers and fragments would there be, if any, and how does the snowstorm data (temperature, snowfall quantity-in cm, physical properties of snow, type of storm, duration, type of storm clouds, wind speed, and wind direction) compare? (100% similar)
  • 3/7/2022 @ 11:31 am - If we compare two different snow storms and get four 64 oz mason jars of snow at the Drinkwater School from the beach, garden, woods, and the tree line near our stream in March, let it melt and then use a vacuum pump to filter the water and look under the microscope, how many pieces of microplastic fibers and fragments would there be, if any, and how does the snowstorm data (temperature, snowfall quantity-in cm, physical properties of snow, type of storm, duration, type of storm clouds, wind speed, and wind direction)compare? (99% similar)
  • 3/3/2022 @ 6:53 am - If we compare two different snow storms and get four 64 oz mason jars of snow at the Drinkwater School from the beach, garden, woods, and the tree line near our stream in March, let it melt and then use a vacuum pump to filter the water and look under the microscope, how many pieces of microplastic fibers and fragments would there be, if any, and how does the snowstorm data compare? (84% similar)
  • 3/3/2022 @ 6:48 am - If we compare two different snow storms and get four 64 oz mason jars of snow at the Drinkwater School from the beach, garden, woods, and the tree line near our stream in March, let it melt and then use a vacuum pump to filter the water and look under the microscope, how many pieces of microplastic fibers and fragments would there be, if any, and how does the snowstorm data compare? (100% similar)
  • 3/3/2022 @ 6:48 am - If we compare two different snow storms and get four 64 oz mason jars of snow at the Drinkwater School from the beach, garden, woods, and the tree line near our stream in March, let it melt and then use a vacuum pump to filter the water and look under the microscope, how many pieces of microplastic fibers and fragments would there be, if any, and how does the snowstorm data compare? (100% similar)
  • 3/1/2022 @ 12:51 pm - If we compare two different snow storms and get four 64 oz mason jars of snow at the Drinkwater School from the beach, garden, woods, and the tree line near our stream in March, let it melt and then use a vacuum pump to filter the water and look under the microscope, how many pieces of microplastic fibers and fragments would there be, if any, and how does the snowstorm data compare? (100% similar)
  • 3/1/2022 @ 11:42 am - If we compare two different snow storms and get four 64 oz mason jars of snow at the Drinkwater School from the beach, garden, woods, and the tree line near our stream in March, let it melt and then use a vacuum pump to filter the water and look under the microscope, how many pieces of microplastic fibers and fragments would be be, if any, and how does the snowstorm data compare? (99% similar)
  • 2/28/2022 @ 12:34 pm - If we compare two different snow storms and get four 64 oz mason jars of snow at the Drinkwater School from the beach, garden, woods, and the tree line near our stream in March, let it melt and then use a vacuum pump to filter the water and look under the microscope, how many pieces of microplastic fibers and fragments would be be, if any, and how does the snowstorm data compare? (100% similar)

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