Jellification: A sequel to the disappearance of water fleas from Canadian lakes
from IEAM Blog
The plenitude of environmental changes currently underway is leading scientists to devise new catchwords for communicating novel, unexpected findings. Think of plastiglomerates, a new type of stone made up of melted plastic and other materials that will likely become part of the rock record. Now, we have "jellification" — very recently conceived to describe the process causing goo balls to wash up on the shores of Canadian lakes.
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