Evaluation of Beach Pollution by Aquaculture Styrofoam Buoys in Tongyeong, Korea

@inproceedings{Hong2014EvaluationOB,
  title={Evaluation of Beach Pollution by Aquaculture Styrofoam Buoys in Tongyeong, Korea},
  author={Su Yeon Hong and Chan-Won Lee and Sunwook Hong and Jongmyoung Lee and Yong Chang Jang},
  year={2014}
}
Abundance and composition of marine debris on 13 beaches of Tongyeong City, South Korea were surveyed in 2013 Autumn. The average quantity of macro debris (>25 mm) was about 30 particle/m 2 and that of micro debris (1 mm-25 mm) was about 26,971 particle/m 2 . This is a very high level compared with other areas of South Korea and the other countries. Among the 7 material types of debris (styrofoam, hard plastic, fiber, metal, glass, wood and others), styrofoam composed a large portion: 75% of… 

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