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What does field science look like in a worldwide pandemic? Join host, educator, and award-winning storyteller Wesley Della Volla and guest Justine Ammendolia as they discuss plastic pollution, COVID-19, and redefining what it means to practice science.
Justine Ammendolia is a Marine biologist, plastic pollution researcher and science communicator based in Toronto. COVID-19 cancelled her fieldwork so she started a backyard science project to document the unexpected environmental impact of single-use medical plastics.
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