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Plastic patch in Pacific Ocean growing rapidly, study shows
by Helen Briggs
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22 March 2018
On 22 March 2018 BBC News reported:
A collection of plastic afloat in the Pacific Ocean is growing rapidly, according to a new scientific estimate. Predictions suggest a build-up of about 80,000 tonnes of plastic in the 'Great Pacific Garbage Patch' between California and Hawaii. This figure is up to sixteen times higher than previously reported, say international researchers.
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Waste accumulates in five ocean areas, the largest being the patch located between Hawaii and California.
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