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Microplastics monitoring protocol: wool fibres / animal hair fibres

Sutti, Alessandra 2021, Microplastics monitoring protocol: wool fibres / animal hair fibres [data collection], Microplastics monitoring protocol.

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Field of Research 410504 Surface water quality processes and contaminated sediment assessment
Socio Economic Objective 180407 Water quality in Antarctic and Southern Ocean environments
180505 Measurement and assessment of marine water quality and condition
Type of research activity Applied research
Name of data collection Microplastics monitoring protocol: wool fibres / animal hair fibres
Creator(s) Sutti, AlessandraORCID iD for Sutti, Alessandra orcid.org/0000-0002-1793-3881
Contributor(s) Robottom, Stuart
Sutti, Sandro
Related institution(s) Labter-Crea MN
Globe Italia
Date completed 2021
Material type image
ANDS collection type dataset
Collection start date 2020-09-05
Collection end date 2020-10-31
Project name Microplastics monitoring protocol
Project Description This project aims at Beta-testing the "Microplastics monitoring protocol in surface waters" developed by Deakin University in collaboration with Labter-Crea MN and Globe Italia.

As part of the project, students and teachers will be trained on a newly-established image dataset that allows recognition of common items expected to be present in surface waters.

This dataset includes a selection of naturally occurring particles. These could be of biological or mineral origin.
Description of resource 12 JPGs
Keyword(s) microplastics
wool fibres
animal hair fibres
micropollutants
Geographic area (subject) Pickering point, Warrnambool, Vic.
Pier Beach, Point Lonsdale, Vic.
Language eng
Summary Examples of the wool fibres/animal hair fibres include:
 • Purple fibre, round section, showing very dense scale pattern. Note vaguely irregular section
 • Green fibre, round section, showing scale structure on the surface
 • Black fibre, slightly squashed round section showing scale structure
 • Pink fragment of fibre, round section, showing scale structure on the surface
 • Blue fibre fragment showing scale structure and round section

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Contact details (email) asutti@deakin.edu.au
Use rights Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No-Derivatives licence
Related work DU:30148089
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30148076

 
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