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Understanding the plastics cycle to minimize exposure

Kevin V. Thomas ()
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Kevin V. Thomas: University of Queensland

Nature Sustainability, 2022, vol. 5, issue 4, 282-284

Abstract: Contamination of the environment with plastics is one of the most widespread and long-lasting human influences on our planet. There is an urgent need to comprehensively evaluate the environmental plastics cycle and advance understanding of key transport and fate mechanisms to minimize human exposure to plastics pollution.

Date: 2022
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