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Microplastics Go Benthic

News   Sep 24, 2019 | Original story from The Geological Society of America.

 
Microplastics Go Benthic

Microplastic pellets from the Great Lakes study. The pellet study involved sampling of 66 beaches on each Great Lake over a two-week period in October 2018, with a total of 12,974 pellets on 660 square meters of beach. Credit: Patricia Corcoran.

 
 
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