Microplastics threaten Great Lakes

Read the full story in The Mining Journal.

Microplastic particles, typically studied as aquatic pollutants, are also common in coastal dunes on Great Lakes’ shorelines, according to a new study.

The situation is worse than researchers originally expected. Based on findings from the eastern shores of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, microplastic pollution is frequently transported from shore to coastal land.

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