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SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, ISSN 2045-2322, 08/2019, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 11581 - 8
Understanding the drivers of key interactions between marine vertebrates and plastic pollution is now considered a research priority. Sea turtles are primarily... 
LOGGERHEAD SEA-TURTLES | CARETTA-CARETTA | CONSERVATION | MANAGEMENT | POLLUTION | PLASTIC DEBRIS | LITTER | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | MARINE DEBRIS INGESTION | BYCATCH | GLOBAL RESEARCH PRIORITIES | Ontogeny | Predators | Diet | Plastics | Index Medicus
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ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, ISSN 0013-936X, 06/2019, Volume 53, Issue 12, pp. 7075 - 7082
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Environmental Pollution, ISSN 0269-7491, 06/2019, Volume 249, pp. 163 - 170
Antifouling paint particles (APPs) of between 500 μm and >2 mm in diameter have been identified in silty, intertidal estuarine sediments through a combination... 
Antifouling paint particles | Microplastic | Copper | Benthic organisms | Estuarine sediment | Zinc | NEREIS-DIVERSICOLOR | ABANDONED BOATS | PERSISTENCE | TBT | TOXICITY | ANTI-FOULING PAINTS | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | METALS | IMPACTS
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Science of the Total Environment, ISSN 0048-9697, 10/2019, Volume 687, pp. 780 - 789
Microplastics (1 μm–5 mm) are a ubiquitous marine contaminant of global concern, ingested by a wide range of marine taxa. Copepods are a key component of... 
Faecal pellet | Plastic | Marine pollution | Zooplankton | Sinking | Biological carbon pump | PARTICLES | FINMARCHICUS | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | NORTHEAST PACIFIC | PREY | INGESTION | MARINE PLANKTONIC COPEPOD | EFFICIENCY | REPRODUCTION | Polyethylene terephthalate | Pollution | Nylon
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Limnology and Oceanography, ISSN 0024-3590, 07/2018, Volume 63, Issue 4, pp. 1741 - 1761
While losses from mortality are as important as gains from reproduction in zooplankton population dynamics, the former are more challenging to quantify. We... 
MARINE PELAGIC COPEPODS | ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITY | DEVELOPMENT TIME | SAGITTA-ELEGANS | OCEANOGRAPHY | PLANKTONIC COPEPODS | ENGLISH-CHANNEL | LIMNOLOGY | SMALL-SCALE TURBULENCE | PREDATION CONTROL | NORTH-SEA | PLEUROBRACHIA-PILEUS
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Limnology and Oceanography, ISSN 0024-3590, 07/2018, Volume 63, Issue 4, pp. 1741 - 1761
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution, ISSN 2041-210X, 10/2019, Volume 10, Issue 10, pp. 1712 - 1722
Microplastics (plastic particles <5 mm in size) are highly available for ingestion by a wide range of organisms, either through direct consumption or... 
metabarcoding | DNA | marine mammals | prey composition | diet analysis | microplastics | next‐generation sequencing | pinnipeds | Composition | Trophic levels | Pipelines | Grey seals | Biodiversity | Ingestion | Prey | Predators | Diet | Seals | Microplastics | Cost analysis | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA
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Environmental Science & Technology, ISSN 0013-936X, 03/2016, Volume 50, Issue 6, p. 3239
  Plastic debris is a widespread contaminant, prevalent in aquatic ecosystems across the globe. Zooplankton readily ingest microscopic plastic (microplastic, <... 
Plankton | Algae | Chemical contaminants | Polystyrene | Aquatic ecosystems
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Environmental Science & Technology, ISSN 0013-936X, 03/2016, Volume 50, Issue 6, pp. 3239 - 3239
Plastic debris is a widespread contaminant, prevalent in aquatic ecosystems across the globe. Zooplankton readily ingest microscopic plastic (microplastic, < 1... 
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Environmental Pollution, ISSN 0269-7491, 07/2017, Volume 226, pp. 250 - 259
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Environmental Pollution, ISSN 0269-7491, 07/2018, Volume 238, pp. 999 - 1007
Microplastics are highly bioavailable to marine organisms, either through direct ingestion, or indirectly by trophic transfer from contaminated prey. The... 
Pollution | Marine mammal | Plastic | Microplastic | Trophic transfer | WHALE | PLASTIC INGESTION | DEMERSAL FISH | RELEASE | DEBRIS | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | TRANSPORT | PREY | ACCUMULATION | LINNAEUS | FUR SEALS | Enzymes | Investigations
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Environmental Pollution, ISSN 0269-7491, 11/2017, Volume 230, pp. 829 - 837
Microplastics (plastic particles, 0.1 μm–5 mm in size) are widespread marine pollutants, accumulating in benthic sediments and shorelines the world over. To... 
Benthic | Extraction | Separation | Marine pollution