Plastic Found in Nine Percent of North Pacific Garbage Patch Fishes

Plastic Found in Nine Percent of North Pacific Garbage Patch Fishes

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The first scientific results from a voyage led by a group of graduate students from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego offer a stark view of human pollution and its infiltration of an area of the ocean that has been labeled as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch; an area of high concentration of fragments of floating garbage about 1,000 miles off the California coast…

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Pacific Ocean study finds fish tainted by plastic, Los Angeles Times

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