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Monterey Bay has more microplastics than Great Pacific Garbage Patch, researchers say
by Drew Costley, SFGate
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6 June 2019
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A study published in Nature from the Monterey Bay Aquarium and Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) reveals that there is more plastic pollution deep in the Monterey Bay than the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. The plastic pollution takes the form of microplastics, tiny pieces of plastic (less than 5 millimeters across) ... at depths between approximately 650 and 2,000 feet, there is a density of microplastics that's equal to or higher than the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a massive concentration of garbage on the Pacific Ocean's surface between California and Hawaii.
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