Jennifer Van Brocklin

Jennifer Van Brocklin
Oregon State University | OSU · Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

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Additional affiliations
January 2019 - present
Oregon State University
Position
  • Taeching assistant
Education
January 2019 - December 2020
Oregon State
Field of study
  • Wildlife Science

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Publications (3)
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Microscopy is often the first step in microplastic analysis and is generally followed by spectroscopy to confirm material type. The value of microscopy lies in its ability to provide count, size, color, and morphological information to inform toxicity and source apportionment. To assess the accuracy and precision of microscopy, we conducted a metho...
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Anthropogenic debris including microparticles (MP; <5mm) are ubiquitous in marine environments. The Salish Sea experiences seasonal fluctuations in precipitation, river discharge, sewage overflow events, and tourism– all variables previously thought to have an impact on MP transport and concentrations. Our goals are two‐fold: 1) Describe long‐term...

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