THE CURRENT AND PROSPECTIVE STATE OF MICROPLASTIC CONTAMINATION IN THE MARINE ECOSYSTEM

Authors

  • Kalpana soni

Keywords:

marine environments, Pollution, Causes, Microplastic

Abstract

There has been considerable research on microplastics in marine environments. Across the globe scientific field studies and laboratory experiments are constantly producing novel microplastic litter which has been termed as research dedicated microplastic pollution. This study aims to assess peer-reviewed microplastic pollution articles for strengths and flaws. Researchers frequently examine plankton and muddy sediments for microplastics. In this topic, researchers also study vertebrate and invertebrate microplastic ingestion and chemical contaminant interactions. According to empirical data, microplastics threaten various marine creatures. More scientific studies on marine polymer degradation, advanced sampling and laboratory analytical methods, emergent pollution sources, and unanticipated consequences were reviewed and debated. This is the first thorough investigation of microplastics' effects on marine ecosystems and creatures. The current and predicted plastic consumption and disposal practises of humans are expected to increase academic publications. Thus, we suggest new research areas and crucial methods.

 

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Published

2021-03-08

How to Cite

THE CURRENT AND PROSPECTIVE STATE OF MICROPLASTIC CONTAMINATION IN THE MARINE ECOSYSTEM. (2021). Journal of Science Innovations and Nature of Earth, 3(1). https://jsiane.com/index.php/files/article/view/179

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