Plastic waste inputs from land into the ocean

@article{Jambeck2015PlasticWI,
  title={Plastic waste inputs from land into the ocean},
  author={J. Jambeck and R. Geyer and C. Wilcox and T. R. Siegler and M. Perryman and A. Andrady and R. Narayan and K. L. Law},
  journal={Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={347},
  pages={768 - 771}
}
Dumping lots of plastics into our oceans Considerable progress has been made in determining the amount and location of plastic debris in our seas, but how much plastic actually enters them in the first place is more uncertain. Jambeck et al. combine available data on solid waste with a model that uses population density and economic status to estimate the amount of land-based plastic waste entering the ocean. Unless waste management practices are improved, the flux of plastics to the oceans… Expand
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