Tiny plastic debris is accumulating far beneath the ocean surface

Floating trash patches scratch only the surface of the microplastic pollution problem


MARINE MICROPLASTICS  Tiny fragments of trash called microplastics (pictured) are common from the ocean surface to near the seafloor, a study suggests.


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