Reducing marine pollution from single-use plastics (SUPs): A review.

@article{Schnurr2018ReducingMP,
  title={Reducing marine pollution from single-use plastics (SUPs): A review.},
  author={Riley E.J. Schnurr and Vanessa Alboiu and Meenakshi Chaudhary and R. Corbett and Meaghan E. Quanz and K. Sankar and Harveer S. Srain and Venukasan Thavarajah and Dirk Xanthos and Tony R. Walker},
  journal={Marine pollution bulletin},
  year={2018},
  volume={137},
  pages={
          157-171
        }
}
Policies to reduce single-use plastic marine pollution in West Africa
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