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Island of plastic debris in Pacific far bigger than previous estimates, study says
by Sebastien Malo
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
22 March 2018
On 22 March 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
A giant island of plastic floating in the Pacific Ocean holds as much as 16 times more debris than was previously thought, posing a significant threat to the food chain, scientists said on Thursday (22 March). The so-called garbage patch in waters between California and Hawaii consists of fishing nets, plastic containers, packaging, and ropes, said the Ocean Cleanup Foundation, which headed up a study published in Scientific Reports, an online journal.
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