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Even Antarctic snow can’t escape the plastic peril, study shows
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Even Antarctic snow can’t escape the plastic peril, study shows

Plastic has been found in the most unexpected places: in the deepest parts of the ocean, in the remote mountain air, in human blood. And now, it’s even been found in snow in Antarctica. A new study published in The Cryosphere is the first to document snow-bound microplastics — tiny particles measuring up to 5 […]
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