Marine Pollution Bulletin

(The TQCC of Marine Pollution Bulletin is 29. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-05-01 to 2023-05-01.)
Microplastics: Finding a consensus on the definition677
Abundance, size and polymer composition of marine microplastics ≥ 10 μm in the Atlantic Ocean and their modelled vertical distribution474
A critical assessment of visual identification of marine microplastic using Raman spectroscopy for analysis improvement474
Concentration of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in beached resin pellets: Variability among individual particles and regional differences403
Global ecological, social and economic impacts of marine plastic358
Microplastics pollution in different aquatic environments and biota: A review of recent studies345
Occurrence of microplastics in commercial fish from a natural estuarine environment295
Sources, transport, and accumulation of different types of plastic litter in aquatic environments: A review study270
The chemical behaviors of microplastics in marine environment: A review270
A study on characteristics of microplastic in wastewater of South Korea: Identification, quantification, and fate of microplastics during treatment process218
Distribution and characterization of microplastics in beach sand from three different Indian coastal environments199
Principal processes within the estuarine salinity gradient: A review180
Microfibers generated from the laundering of cotton, rayon and polyester based fabrics and their aquatic biodegradation178
Marine microfiber pollution: A review on present status and future challenges176
Study on the capability and characteristics of heavy metals enriched on microplastics in marine environment174
Sources of microplastics pollution in the marine environment: Importance of wastewater treatment plant and coastal landfill143
Microplastics as vectors of contaminants141
Floating microplastics and aggregate formation in the Western Mediterranean Sea140
Microplastics and the gut microbiome: How chronically exposed species may suffer from gut dysbiosis139
Evaluation of existing methods to extract microplastics from bivalve tissue: Adapted KOH digestion protocol improves filtration at single-digit pore size137
Urban coral reefs: Degradation and resilience of hard coral assemblages in coastal cities of East and Southeast Asia126
Abundance and characteristics of microplastics in commercial marine fish from Malaysia126
Sorption of antibiotics onto aged microplastics in freshwater and seawater123
Abundance, characteristics and surface degradation features of microplastics in beach sediments of five coastal areas in Tamil Nadu, India123
Microplastics occurrence in edible fish species (Mullus barbatus and Merluccius merluccius) collected in three different geographical sub-areas of the Mediterranean Sea121
Macro-litter in surface waters from the Rhone River: Plastic pollution and loading to the NW Mediterranean Sea113
Microplastics in commercial molluscs from the lagoon of Bizerte (Northern Tunisia)111
Micro(nano)plastics: Unignorable vectors for organisms109
Microplastics in the surface seawaters of Chabahar Bay, Gulf of Oman (Makran Coasts)108
Marine litter and microplastic pollution on mangrove soils of the Ciénaga Grande de Santa Marta, Colombian Caribbean107
Different stories told by small and large microplastics in sediment - first report of microplastic concentrations in an urban recipient in Norway107
Diclofenac in the marine environment: A review of its occurrence and effects104
Occurrence of tire wear particles and other microplastics within the tributaries of the Charleston Harbor Estuary, South Carolina, USA103
Capturing microfibers – marketed technologies reduce microfiber emissions from washing machines103
Food-web transfer of microplastics between wild caught fish and crustaceans in East China Sea102
Heavy metals distribution and contamination in surface sediments of the coastal Shandong Peninsula (Yellow Sea)102
Microplastics in ballast water as an emerging source and vector for harmful chemicals, antibiotics, metals, bacterial pathogens and HAB species: A potential risk to the marine environment and human he100
Sorption of sulfamethazine onto different types of microplastics: A combined experimental and molecular dynamics simulation study97
Sorption of polybrominated diphenyl ethers by microplastics93
A review of unmanned vehicles for the detection and monitoring of marine fauna91
Decreased growth and survival in small juvenile fish, after chronic exposure to environmentally relevant concentrations of microplastic91
Microplastic prevalence in the beaches of Puducherry, India and its correlation with fishing and tourism/recreational activities91
The rate of biodegradation of PHA bioplastics in the marine environment: A meta-study90
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in a large South American industrial coastal area (Santos Estuary, Southeastern Brazil): Sources and depositional history88
Microplastics in Tampa Bay, Florida: Abundance and variability in estuarine waters and sediments85
Microplastic ingestion by Atlantic chub mackerel (Scomber colias) in the Canary Islands coast84
Dispersal of potentially pathogenic bacteria by plastic debris in Guanabara Bay, RJ, Brazil83
Small microplastic particles (S-MPPs) in sediments of mangrove ecosystem on the northern coast of the Persian Gulf83
The marine nano- and microplastics characterisation by SEM-EDX: The potential of the method in comparison with various physical and chemical approaches82
Plastic ingestion in oceanic-stage loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) off the North Atlantic subtropical gyre81
Microplastics abundance and characteristics in surface waters from the Northwest Pacific, the Bering Sea, and the Chukchi Sea81
Depuration reduces microplastic content in wild and farmed mussels80
Interactions between anthropogenic litter and birds: A global review with a ‘black-list’ of species80
The impact of improper solid waste management to plastic pollution in Indonesian coast and marine environment79
Coastal accumulation of microplastic particles emitted from the Po River, Northern Italy: Comparing remote sensing and hydrodynamic modelling with in situ sample collections79
Microplastic and tar pollution on three Canary Islands beaches: An annual study78
Spatial occurrence and effects of microplastic ingestion on the deep-water shrimp Aristeus antennatus78
Faunal mortality associated with massive beaching and decomposition of pelagic Sargassum78
Microplastics FTIR characterisation and distribution in the water column and digestive tracts of small pelagic fish in the Gulf of Lions77
Presence and characterization of microplastics in fish of commercial importance from the Biobío region in central Chile77
Concentration and adsorption of Pb and Cu in microplastics: Case study in aquatic environment77
Spatial distribution of and historical changes in heavy metals in the surface seawater and sediments of the Beibu Gulf, China76
Mysterious oil spill in the Atlantic Ocean threatens marine biodiversity and local people in Brazil76
Microplastic content variation in water column: The observations employing a novel sampling tool in stratified Baltic Sea75
Occurrence of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance genes in a typical estuary aquaculture region of Hangzhou Bay, China75
The issue of microplastics in marine ecosystems: A bibliometric network analysis72
Bioaccumulation and heavy metal concentration in tissues of some commercial fishes from the Meghna River Estuary in Bangladesh and human health implications72
To clean or not to clean? A critical review of beach cleaning methods and impacts72
Heavy metals in sediment, microplastic and sea cucumber Apostichopus japonicus from farms in China71
Beached microplastics in the Northwestern Mediterranean Sea69
Abundance and characteristics of microplastics in the northern coastal waters of Surabaya, Indonesia69
Trace elements in microplastics in Cartagena: A hotspot for plastic pollution at the Caribbean69
Using solitary ascidians to assess microplastic and phthalate plasticizers pollution among marine biota: A case study of the Eastern Mediterranean and Red Sea69
Microplastic pollution in the surface sediments collected from Sishili Bay, North Yellow Sea, China68
An efficient and gentle enzymatic digestion protocol for the extraction of microplastics from bivalve tissue67
Marine microplastic-associated bacterial community succession in response to geography, exposure time, and plastic type in China's coastal seawaters67
Spatial trends and drivers of marine debris accumulation on shorelines in South Eleuthera, The Bahamas using citizen science67
Source of metal contamination in sediment, their ecological risk, and phytoremediation ability of the studied mangrove plants in ship breaking area, Bangladesh67
Preliminary study and first evidence of presence of microplastics and colorants in green mussel, Perna viridis (Linnaeus, 1758), from southeast coast of India67
A 3D numerical model to Track Marine Plastic Debris (TrackMPD): Sensitivity of microplastic trajectories and fates to particle dynamical properties and physical processes66
Evaluation of polypropylene plastic degradation and microplastic identification in sediments at Tambak Lorok coastal area, Semarang, Indonesia66
Pinniped entanglement in oceanic plastic pollution: A global review65
Effects of sheens associated with offshore oil and gas development on the feather microstructure of pelagic seabirds65
Beach litter distribution along the western Mediterranean coast of Spain65
Microplastic contamination in surface waters in Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil63
Heavy metal concentrations in commercial marine organisms from Xiangshan Bay, China, and the potential health risks63
Microplastics on the Portuguese coast63
An interlaboratory comparison exercise for the determination of microplastics in standard sample bottles63
Occurrence and identification of microplastics along a beach in the Biosphere Reserve of Lanzarote63
Ingestion and effects of micro- and nanoplastics in blue mussel (Mytilus edulis) larvae62
Characterization of microplastics in environment by thermal gravimetric analysis coupled with Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy62
Investigation of plastic debris ingestion by four species of sea turtles collected as bycatch in pelagic Pacific longline fisheries62
Effects of microplastics and attached heavy metals on growth, immunity, and heavy metal accumulation in the yellow seahorse, Hippocampus kuda Bleeker61
Microplastics in the surface water of small-scale estuaries in Shanghai60
Microplastic debris in beaches of Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain)60
Smells good enough to eat: Dimethyl sulfide (DMS) enhances copepod ingestion of microplastics60
Ecological risk assessment of a coastal zone in Southern Vietnam: Spatial distribution and content of heavy metals in water and surface sediments of the Thi Vai Estuary and Can Gio Mangrove Forest59
Mysterious oil spill along Brazil's northeast and southeast seaboard (2019–2020): Trying to find answers and filling data gaps59
Occurrences and distribution of sulfonamide and tetracycline resistance genes in the Yangtze River Estuary and nearby coastal area59
Anthropogenic particles ingestion in fish species from two areas of the western Mediterranean Sea59
An in-depth survey of the oil spill literature since 1968: Long term trends and changes since Deepwater Horizon58
Investigation of biodegradation potentials of high density polyethylene degrading marine bacteria isolated from the coastal regions of Tamil Nadu, India58
Assessment of nutrient and heavy metal contamination in the seawater and sediment of Yalujiang Estuary58
Baseline study of heavy metal contamination in the Sangu River estuary, Chattogram, Bangladesh58
Microplastics as a threat to coral reef environments: Detection of phthalate esters in neuston and scleractinian corals from the Faafu Atoll, Maldives57
Distribution and impacts of microplastic incorporation within sea ice56
Marine litter in the Croatian part of the middle Adriatic Sea: Simultaneous assessment of floating and seabed macro and micro litter abundance and composition56
Physical-chemical characterization of microplastics present in some exfoliating products from Spain56
Validation and application of cost and time effective methods for the detection of 3–500 μm sized microplastics in the urban marine and estuarine environments surrounding Long Beach, California56
Colonisation of plastic pellets (nurdles) by E. coli at public bathing beaches55
Presence, concentrations and risk assessment of selected antibiotic residues in sediments and near-bottom waters collected from the Polish coastal zone in the southern Baltic Sea — Summary of 3 years 55
Ingestion of plastic marine litter by sea turtles in southern Brazil: abundance, characteristics and potential selectivity54
Long-term changes in nutrient regimes and their ecological effects in the Bohai Sea, China54
Size-dependent elimination of ingested microplastics in the Mediterranean mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis54
Microplastic in the sediments of a highly eutrophic tropical estuary54
Making citizen science count: Best practices and challenges of citizen science projects on plastics in aquatic environments53
Contamination and ecological risk assessment of heavy metals pollution from the Shalateen coastal sediments, Red Sea, Egypt53
Towards more sustainable coastal development in the Arabian Gulf: Opportunities for ecological engineering in an urbanized seascape52
Phosphorus enriched effluents increase eutrophication risks for mangrove systems in northeastern Brazil51
Particle characteristics of microplastics contaminating the mussel Mytilus edulis and their surrounding environments50
Microplastics do not increase toxicity of a hydrophobic organic chemical to marine plankton50
Patterns of trace metal bioaccumulation and trophic transfer in a phytoplankton-zooplankton-small pelagic fish marine food web50
Baseline survey of sediments and marine organisms in Liaohe Estuary: Heavy metals, polychlorinated biphenyls and organochlorine pesticides50
Piece-by-piece analysis of additives and manufacturing byproducts in plastics ingested by seabirds: Implication for risk of exposure to seabirds49
Spatio-temporal variability of beached macro-litter on remote islands of the North Atlantic49
Bioremediation technologies for polluted seawater sampled after an oil-spill in Taranto Gulf (Italy): A comparison of biostimulation, bioaugmentation and use of a washing agent in microcosm studies49
Microplastics in Galway Bay: A comparison of sampling and separation methods49
Occurrence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in coral reef fish from the South China Sea49
Microplastics at the strandlines of Slovenian beaches49
Sinking velocity of sub-millimeter microplastic48
Transfer dynamic of macroplastics in estuaries — New insights from the Seine estuary: Part 1. Long term dynamic based on date-prints on stranded debris48
Geochemical characteristics, partitioning, quantitative source apportionment, and ecological and health risk of heavy metals in sediments and water: A case study in Shadegan Wetland, Iran47
Microplastic pollution at the intersection of the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas: A study of the Datça Peninsula (Turkey)47
Evaluating exposure of northern fur seals, Callorhinus ursinus, to microplastic pollution through fecal analysis47
Evidence for non-selective ingestion of microplastic in demersal fish47
Modelling the accumulation and transport of floating marine micro-plastics around South Africa47
Ingestion of macroplastics by odontocetes of the Greek Seas, Eastern Mediterranean: Often deadly!47
Bioaccumulation of trace metals in the coastal Borneo (Malaysia) and health risk assessment46
Accumulation and characteristics of plastic debris along five beaches in Cape Town46
Spatial variation and ecological risk assessment of heavy metals in mangrove sediments across China46
Tools and constraints in monitoring interactions between marine litter and megafauna: Insights from case studies around the world45
Surfactants in the sea-surface microlayer and their contribution to atmospheric aerosols around coastal areas of the Malaysian peninsula45
Occurrence, potential health risk of heavy metals in aquatic organisms from Laizhou Bay, China45
Differential toxicity of functionalized polystyrene microplastics to clams (Meretrix meretrix) at three key development stages of life history45
Marine debris in Indonesia: A review of research and status45
Assessment of metal contamination in Arabian/Persian Gulf fish: A review44
Microplastics are ubiquitous on California beaches and enter the coastal food web through consumption by Pacific mole crabs44
Characterising the deterioration of different plastics in air and seawater43
Drivers of phytoplankton blooms in the northeastern Black Sea43
Metabolome responses of the sea cucumber Apostichopus japonicus to multiple environmental stresses: Heat and hypoxia42
Microplastic pollution on the Persian Gulf shoreline: A case study of Bandar Abbas city, Hormozgan Province, Iran42
Environmental implications of microplastic pollution in the Northwestern Pacific Ocean42
Microplastics in the New Zealand green lipped mussel Perna canaliculus42
Spatiotemporal variations in the summer hypoxia in the Bohai Sea (China) and controlling mechanisms42
Surface water circulation develops seasonally changing patterns of floating litter accumulation in the Mediterranean Sea. A modelling approach42
Evaluation of microplastic ingestion by tropical fish from Moorea Island, French Polynesia41
Algal turf sediments on coral reefs: what's known and what's next41
Remote sensing estimation of the biomass of floating Ulva prolifera and analysis of the main factors driving the interannual variability of the biomass in the Yellow Sea41
Little evidence that dams in the Orange–Vaal River system trap floating microplastics or microfibres41
Microplastics in special protected areas for migratory birds in the Bay of Biscay41
Impact of emission control areas on atmospheric pollutant emissions from major ocean-going ships entering the Shanghai Port, China41
What nutrient sources support anomalous growth and the recent sargassum mass stranding on Caribbean beaches? A review41
Inter-hemispherical shoreline surveys of anthropogenic marine debris – A binational citizen science project with schoolchildren40
Spatiotemporal distributions, source apportionment and potential risks of 15 pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) in Qinzhou Bay, South China40
Assessing the citizen science approach as tool to increase awareness on the marine litter problem40
Spatiotemporal dynamics of suspended particulate matter in the Yellow River Estuary, China during the past two decades based on time-series Landsat and Sentinel-2 data40
Microplastic accumulation and biomagnification in a coastal marine reserve situated in a sparsely populated area40
Micro- and macroplastic accumulation in a newly formed Spartina alterniflora colonized estuarine saltmarsh in southeast China40
Boops boops as a bioindicator of microplastic pollution along the Spanish Catalan coast40
Conservation and restoration of a keystone species: Understanding the settlement preferences of the European oyster (Ostrea edulis)39
Determination of diethylstilbestrol in seawater by molecularly imprinted solid-phase extraction coupled with high-performance liquid chromatography39
Concentrations and distribution of phthalate esters in the seamount area of the Tropical Western Pacific Ocean39
First evaluation of neustonic microplastics in the Macaronesian region, NE Atlantic39
Plastic ingestion in aquatic birds in Portugal39
Sorption of tri-n-butyl phosphate and tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphate on polyethylene and polyvinyl chloride microplastics in seawater38
Improving oil spill trajectory modelling in the Arctic38
Do ship emission control areas in China reduce sulfur dioxide concentrations in local air? A study on causal effect using the difference-in-difference model38
Tiny, shiny, and colorful microplastics: Are regular glitters a significant source of microplastics?38
So when will we have enough papers on microplastics and ocean litter?38
Distribution and ecological risks of heavy metals in river sediments and overlying water in typical mining areas of China38
Ingestion of microplastics by fish and other prey organisms of cetaceans, exemplified for two large baleen whale species38
Microplastic pollution in the sediments of Sidi Mansour Harbor in Southeast Tunisia38
Ecological risk assessment of metals in small craft harbour sediments in Nova Scotia, Canada37
Two-dimensional distribution and abundance of micro- and mesoplastic pollution in the surface sediment of Xialiao Beach, New Taipei City, Taiwan37
Banded structure of drifting macroalgae37
Temporal and seasonal variation and ecological risk evaluation of flame retardants in seawater and sediments from Bohai Bay near Tianjin, China during 2014 to 201737
Microplastics do not affect standard ecotoxicological endpoints in marine unicellular organisms37
Seafloor litter from the continental shelf and canyons in French Mediterranean Water: Distribution, typologies and trends37
A harmonized and coordinated assessment of the abundance and composition of seafloor litter in the Adriatic-Ionian macroregion (Mediterranean Sea)37
Distribution and transport of heavy metals in surface sediments of the Zhejiang nearshore area, East China Sea: Sedimentary environmental effects37
Shades of grey: Marine litter research developments in Europe37
Sorption of 3,6-dibromocarbazole and 1,3,6,8-tetrabromocarbazole by microplastics37
Assessment of seabed litter in the Northern and Central Adriatic Sea (Mediterranean) over six years36
Standardization of the minimum information for publication of infrared-related data when microplastics are characterized36
Microplastics in Kuwait marine environment: Results of first survey36
Sorption of polyhalogenated carbazoles (PHCs) to microplastics36
Estrogen levels in surface sediments from a multi-impacted Brazilian estuarine system36
Overview of sediments pollution by PAHs and PCBs in mediterranean basin: Transport, fate, occurrence, and distribution36
Heavy metals in surface sediments along the Weihai coast, China: Distribution, sources and contamination assessment36
Sediment associated with algal turfs inhibits the settlement of two endangered coral species36
Contamination, ecological risk and source identification of metals by multivariate analysis in surface sediments of the khouran Straits, the Persian Gulf36
Bioremediation using Gracilaria chouae co-cultured with Sparus macrocephalus to manage the nitrogen and phosphorous balance in an IMTA system in Xiangshan Bay, China36
Microplastics and nanoplastics in global food webs: A bibliometric analysis (2009–2019)35
A Bayesian Network risk model for assessing oil spill recovery effectiveness in the ice-covered Northern Baltic Sea35
The treatment of biodegradation in models of sub-surface oil spills: A review and sensitivity study35
Modelling explicit tides in the Indonesian seas: An important process for surface sea water properties35
A low-cost system to simulate environmental microplastic weathering35
Non-indigenous species refined national baseline inventories: A synthesis in the context of the European Union's Marine Strategy Framework Directive35
Plastics occurrence in the gastrointestinal tract of Zeus faber and Lepidopus caudatus from the Tyrrhenian Sea35
Beach litter in Ecuador and the Galapagos islands: A baseline to enhance environmental conservation and sustainable beach tourism35
Homogeneity of coral reef communities across 8 degrees of latitude in the Saudi Arabian Red Sea35
Live fast, die young: Behavioural and physiological impacts of light pollution on a marine fish during larval recruitment35
Distribution and pollution assessment of heavy metals in the intertidal zone environments of typical sea areas in China35
Identification of marine microplastics in Eastern Harbor, Mediterranean Coast of Egypt, using differential scanning calorimetry35
Recovery from imposex by a population of the dogwhelk, Nucella lapillus (Gastropoda: Caenogastropoda), on the southeastern coast of England since May 2004: A 52-month study35
Abundance and distribution of large microplastics (1–5 mm) within beach sediments at the Po River Delta, northeast Italy34
Sources and levels of endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) in Kuwait's coastal areas34
Plastic debris in marine birds from an island located in the South China Sea34
Quantification of microplastics along the Caribbean Coastline of Colombia: Pollution profile and biological effects on Caenorhabditis elegans34
Capturing coastal water clarity variability with Landsat 834
Virtual increase or latent loss? A reassessment of mangrove populations and their conservation in Guangdong, southern China34
Depth-related change of sulfate-reducing bacteria community in mangrove sediments: The influence of heavy metal contamination34
Morphology and chemical properties of polypropylene pellets degraded in simulated terrestrial and marine environments34
Coral reef systems of the Mexican Caribbean: Status, recent trends and conservation34
Understanding how physical-biological coupling influences harmful algal blooms, low oxygen and fish kills in the Sea of Oman and the Western Arabian Sea34
Assessing chemical contamination in the coastal waters of the Adriatic Sea using active mussel biomonitoring with Mytilus galloprovincialis34
Assessment of the metal contamination evolution in the Loire estuary using Cu and Zn stable isotopes and geochemical data in sediments33
Quantity and spatial distribution of seafloor marine debris in the Moroccan Mediterranean Sea33
Offshore surface waters of Antarctica are free of microplastics, as revealed by a circum-Antarctic study33
Co-selection of antibiotic and metal(loid) resistance in gram-negative epiphytic bacteria from contaminated salt marshes33
Quantifying and identifying microplastics in the effluent of advanced wastewater treatment systems using Raman microspectroscopy33
Eutrophication assessment and bioremediation strategy using seaweeds co-cultured with aquatic animals in an enclosed bay in China33
Synthetic microfibers in marine sediments and surface seawater from the Argentinean continental shelf and a Marine Protected Area32
Large impact of Stokes drift on the fate of surface floating debris in the South Indian Basin32
Citizen science for better management: Lessons learned from three Norwegian beach litter data sets32
Can the Atlantic ghost crab be a potential biomonitor of microplastic pollution of sandy beaches sediment?32
Concentration, distribution and source apportionment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) in Poxim River sediments, Brazil32
Plastic waste occurrence on a beach off southwestern Luzon, Philippines32
Adsorption of copper(II) and lead(II) from seawater using hydrothermal biochar derived from Enteromorpha32
Occurrence, distribution, air-seawater exchange and atmospheric deposition of organophosphate esters (OPEs) from the Northwestern Pacific to the Arctic Ocean32
Dynamic of small polyethylene microplastics (≤10 μm) in mussel's tissues32
Seasonal variation in the abundance of marine plastic debris in Banderas Bay, Mexico31
The acclimation process of phytoplankton biomass, carbon fixation and respiration to the combined effects of elevated temperature and pCO2 in the northern South China Sea31
A novel GIS-based tool for predicting coastal litter accumulation and optimising coastal cleanup actions31
Are Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas sheltered from plastic pollution?31
Extensive coral mortality and critical habitat loss following dredging and their association with remotely-sensed sediment plumes31
Spatial-temporal variation of heavy metals' sources in the surface sediments of the Yangtze River Estuary31
Microplastics in grey seal (Halichoerus grypus) intestines: Are they associated with parasite aggregations?31
Microplastics presence in cultured and wild-caught cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis31
Isotopic evidence for the shift of nitrate sources and active biological transformation on the western coast of Guangdong Province, South China31
Spatial distribution and vertical profile of heavy metals in marine sediments around Iran's special economic energy zone; Arsenic as an enriched contaminant31
Where did this refuse come from? Marine anthropogenic litter on a remote island of the Colombian Caribbean sea31
Sea-surface microplastic concentrations along the coastal shelf of KwaZulu–Natal, South Africa31
Widespread microplastics distribution at an Amazon macrotidal sandy beach31
Nutrient release from fish cage aquaculture and mitigation strategies in Daya Bay, southern China30
Trace metal distribution in crab organs and human health risk assessment on consumption of crabs collected from coastal water of South East coast of India30
Bioremediation efficiency of the largest scale artificial Porphyra yezoensis cultivation in the open sea in China30
An unconstrained ordination- and GIS-based approach for identifying anthropogenic sources of heavy metal pollution in marine sediments30
Assessment of input of organic micropollutants and microplastics into the Baltic Sea by urban waters30
Abundance and composition of floating marine macro litter on the eastern sector of the Mediterranean Sea30
Assessing meso- and microplastic pollution in the Ligurian and Tyrrhenian Seas30
Effects of desalination brine and seawater with the same elevated salinity on growth, physiology and seedling development of the seagrass Posidonia australis29
A novel method enabling the accurate quantification of microplastics in the water column of deep ocean29
Contaminants bioaccumulation and pathological assessment in Mytilus galloprovincialis in coastal waters facing the brownfield site of Bagnoli, Italy29
Heavy metals inter-annual variability and distribution in the Yangtze River estuary sediment, China29
Free and bound polybrominated diphenyl ethers and tetrabromobisphenol A in freshwater sediments29