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Much of What We Throw in the Ocean Ends Up on the Bottom

"In the Monterey Bay alone, the researchers documented 1,150 pieces of submerged trash. Most of it is made from plastic, is resting at depths of more than 6,500 feet, and is caught on craggy canyon walls rather than the sandy seafloor." - excerpt from article in Wired. Read the report.

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