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  • The deep sea is a major sink for microplastic debris. 

    Woodall, LC; Sanchez-Vidal, A; Canals, M; Paterson, GLJ; Coppock, R; Sleight, V; Calafat, A; Rogers, AD; Narayanaswamy, BE; Thompson, RC (England, 2014-12)
    Marine debris, mostly consisting of plastic, is a global problem, negatively impacting wildlife, tourism and shipping. However, despite the durability of plastic, and the exponential increase in its production, monitoring ...
  • The imprint of microfibres in southern European deep seas 

    Sanchez-Vidal, A; Thompson, RC; Canals, M; de Haan, WP (Public Library of Science, 2018-11-05)
  • Marine litter distribution and density in European seas, from the shelves to deep basins. 

    Pham, CK; Ramirez-Llodra, E; Alt, CHS; Amaro, T; Bergmann, M; Canals, M; Company, JB; Davies, J; Duineveld, G; Galgani, F; Howell, KL; Huvenne, VAI; Isidro, E; Jones, DOB; Lastras, G; Morato, T; Gomes-Pereira, JN; Purser, A; Stewart, H; Tojeira, I; Tubau, X; Van Rooij, D; Tyler, PA (United States, 2014)
    Anthropogenic litter is present in all marine habitats, from beaches to the most remote points in the oceans. On the seafloor, marine litter, particularly plastic, can accumulate in high densities with deleterious ...

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