Ocean Plastics In Our Food Chain: The Importance Of Lantern Fish And Night Trawling

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5 Gyres founders Anna Cummins and Marcus Eriksen holding a piece of plastic found in a night trawl in the South Pacific. Photo credit: Paula Alvarado

The process of taking samples from the sea goes on 24/7 in our trip through the South Pacific with the 5 Gyres Institute in search of plastic pollution, and the night trawls are an important step to find out what’s the impact of this material in the ocean….Read the full story on TreeHugger