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The Effects of Natural and Anthropogenic Microparticles on Individual Fitness in Daphnia magna
Concerns are being raised that microplastic pollution can have detrimental effects on the feeding of aquatic invertebrates, including zooplankton. Both small plastic fragments (microplastics, MPs)Expand
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Too short to spawn? Implications of small body size and swimming distance on successful migration and maturation of the European eel Anguilla anguilla.
Individual net fat reserves after migration and reproductive investments were calculated for migrating female silver eels Anguilla anguilla (n = 387) collected in the outlet region of the Baltic SeaExpand
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Reducing Uncertainty and Confronting Ignorance about the Possible Impacts of Weathering Plastic in the Marine Environment
Plastic in the global oceans fulfills two of the three conditions for pollution to pose a planetary boundary threat because it is causing planetary-scale exposure that is not readily reversible.Expand
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What we know and what we think we know about microplastic effects – A critical perspective
Abstract Microplastic pollution is currently perceived as an environmental hazard, and adverse effects have been reported at various levels of biological organization. However, most experimentalExpand
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Abundance and composition of near surface microplastics and plastic debris in the Stockholm Archipelago, Baltic Sea.
We collected plastic debris in the Stockholm Archipelago using a manta trawl, and additionally along a transect in the Baltic Sea from the island of Gotland to Stockholm in a citizen science study.Expand
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Evidence for selective bacterial community structuring on microplastics
In aquatic ecosystems, microplastics are a relatively new anthropogenic substrate that can readily be colonized by biofilm-forming organisms. To examine the effects of substrate type on microbialExpand
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Behavioral, Ecological and Genetic Differentiation in an Open Environment—A Study of a Mysid Population in the Baltic Sea
Diel vertical migration (DVM) is often assumed to encompass an entire population. However, bimodal nighttime vertical distributions have been observed in various taxa. Mysid shrimp populations alsoExpand
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Multifrequency discrimination of fish and mysids
The opossumshrimp (Mysis relicta) is common in many lakes in the northernparts of Eurasia and North America. The shrimp is often an importantlink in the foodweb for fish, either throughout life or ...
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Microplastic Intake, Its Biotic Drivers, and Hydrophobic Organic Contaminant Levels in the Baltic Herring
It is commonly accepted that microplastic (MP) ingestion can lead to lower food intake and bioaccumulation of hydrophobic organic contaminants (HOCs) in aquatic organisms. However, causal linksExpand
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