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Marine Anthropogenic Litter

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Marine Anthropogenic Litter
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN-13: 9783319165103
Number of pages: 456

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This book describes how man-made litter, primarily plastic, has spread into the remotest parts of the oceans and covers all aspects of this pollution problem from the impacts on wildlife and human health to socio-economic and political issues. Marine litter is a prime threat to marine wildlife, habitats and food webs worldwide.

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