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Are we "digging our own grave" under the oceans? Biosphere-level effects and global policy challenge from plastic(s) in oceans



Are we "digging our own grave" under the oceans? Biosphere-level effects and global policy challenge from plastic(s) in oceans



Environmental Science and Technology 46(15): 7932-7933




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DOI: 10.1021/es302584e


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