Marine Pollution Bulletin

Papers
(The TQCC of Marine Pollution Bulletin is 12. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Surgical face masks as a potential source for microplastic pollution in the COVID-19 scenario478
Catchment to sea connection: Impacts of terrestrial run-off on benthic ecosystems in American Samoa217
The fate of microplastic in marine sedimentary environments: A review and synthesis193
Microplastic contamination in east Antarctic sea ice169
Environmental impacts of desalination and brine treatment - Challenges and mitigation measures163
Microplastics in marine biota: A review160
Assessment of potential ecological risk of microplastics in the coastal sediments of India: A meta-analysis158
Estimating marine plastic pollution from COVID-19 face masks in coastal regions156
Membrane bioreactor and rapid sand filtration for the removal of microplastics in an urban wastewater treatment plant153
Abandoned Covid-19 personal protective equipment along the Bushehr shores, the Persian Gulf: An emerging source of secondary microplastics in coastlines141
What we need to know about PPE associated with the COVID-19 pandemic in the marine environment132
Microplastics, microfibres and nanoplastics cause variable sub-lethal responses in mussels (Mytilus spp.)131
The impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on marine litter pollution along the Kenyan Coast: A synthesis after 100 days following the first reported case in Kenya126
Abundance, composition, and potential intake of microplastics in canned fish126
Microplastics: An overview on separation, identification and characterization of microplastics126
Macro-, meso- and microplastic debris in the beaches of Tuticorin district, Southeast coast of India124
Worldwide actions against plastic pollution from microbeads and microplastics in cosmetics focusing on European policies. Has the issue been handled effectively?122
Quantification of microplastics using Nile Red in two bivalve species Perna viridis and Meretrix meretrix from three estuaries in Pondicherry, India and microplastic uptake by local communities throug112
Investigation of the toxic effects of different polystyrene micro-and nanoplastics on microalgae Chlorella vulgaris by analysis of cell viability, pigment content, oxidative stress and ultrastructural112
Microplastic accumulation in deep-sea sediments from the Rockall Trough112
Concentration and adsorption of Pb and Cu in microplastics: Case study in aquatic environment109
A review on microplastics and nanoplastics in the environment: Their occurrence, exposure routes, toxic studies, and potential effects on human health109
Presence of microplastics in water, sediments and fish species in an urban coastal environment of Fiji, a Pacific small island developing state108
Mysterious oil spill in the Atlantic Ocean threatens marine biodiversity and local people in Brazil100
An assessment of microplastics in the ecosystem and selected commercially important fishes off Kochi, south eastern Arabian Sea, India99
First evidence of microplastics bioaccumulation by marine organisms in the Port Blair Bay, Andaman Islands96
Personal protective equipment (PPE) pollution driven by the COVID-19 pandemic in Cox's Bazar, the longest natural beach in the world94
Evolutionary game of inland shipping pollution control under government co-supervision93
A review of microplastic distribution in sediment profiles88
Microplastics and accumulated heavy metals in restored mangrove wetland surface sediments at Jinjiang Estuary (Fujian, China)87
Paint fragments as polluting microplastics: A brief review86
Microplastics aged in various environmental media exhibited strong sorption to heavy metals in seawater85
The importance of contamination control in airborne fibers and microplastic sampling: Experiences from indoor and outdoor air sampling in Aveiro, Portugal83
Bioremediation as a promising strategy for microplastics removal in wastewater treatment plants82
The past, present, and future of plastic pollution82
Heavy metals contamination of sedimentary microplastics in Hong Kong80
Ports' technical and operational measures to reduce greenhouse gas emission and improve energy efficiency: A review77
First detection of microplastics in the freshwater of an Antarctic Specially Protected Area77
Worldwide contamination of fish with microplastics: A brief global overview77
Mysterious oil spill along Brazil's northeast and southeast seaboard (2019–2020): Trying to find answers and filling data gaps77
Organic contaminants sorbed to microplastics affect marine medaka fish early life stages development77
Characteristics and spatial distribution of microplastics in the lower Ganga River water and sediment75
Microplastics on sandy beaches of the southern Baltic Sea75
Riverine microplastic pollution matters: A case study in the Zhangjiang River of Southeastern China74
Unregulated discharge of wastewater in the Mahanadi River Basin: Risk evaluation due to occurrence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon in surface water and sediments73
Microplastic and tire wear particle occurrence in fishes from an urban estuary: Influence of feeding characteristics on exposure risk73
Polystyrene nanoplastics cause growth inhibition, morphological damage and physiological disturbance in the marine microalga Platymonas helgolandica73
Human health risk assessment of heavy metals in aquatic sediments and freshwater fish caught from Thamirabarani River, the Western Ghats of South Tamil Nadu72
Occurrence, distribution and composition of microplastics in the sediments of South Andaman beaches72
Microplastics from effluents of sewage treatment works and stormwater discharging into the Victoria Harbor, Hong Kong71
Microplastics in edible mussels from a southern Mediterranean lagoon: Preliminary results on seawater-mussel transfer and implications for environmental protection and seafood safety70
Heavy metal concentrations in aquatic organisms (fishes, shrimp and crabs) and health risk assessment in China70
Evaluation of the elemental pollution status of Jamaican surface sediments using enrichment factor, geoaccumulation index, ecological risk and potential ecological risk index69
Degradation of plastics associated with the COVID-19 pandemic69
Microplastics pollution with heavy metals in the aquaculture zone of the Chao Phraya River Estuary, Thailand69
Occurrence and abundance of meso and microplastics in sediment, surface waters, and marine biota from the South Pacific region68
The impact of tourism on marine litter pollution on Santa Marta beaches, Colombian Caribbean67
Adsorption–desorption behavior of methylene blue onto aged polyethylene microplastics in aqueous environments66
Prevalence of microplastic contamination in the digestive tract of fishes from mangrove ecosystem in Cispata, Colombian Caribbean66
Are concentrations of pollutants in sharks, rays and skates (Elasmobranchii) a cause for concern? A systematic review65
Face masks related to COVID-19 in the beaches of the Moroccan Mediterranean: An emerging source of plastic pollution64
Considerations on salts used for density separation in the extraction of microplastics from sediments64
Bioaccumulation of microplastics and its in vivo interactions with trace metals in edible oysters64
Heavy metal pollution in the East China Sea: A review63
Evaluation of heavy metal contamination and groundwater quality along the Red Sea coast, southern Saudi Arabia63
Microplastics in sea-surface waters surrounding Sweden sampled by manta trawl and in-situ pump63
Tributary inflows enhance the microplastic load in the estuary: A case from the Qiantang River62
Biofilm growth on buoyant microplastics leads to changes in settling rates: Implications for microplastic retention in the Great Lakes62
Reusable masks for COVID-19: A missing piece of the microplastic problem during the global health crisis61
Degradation of bio-based and biodegradable plastics in a salt marsh habitat: Another potential source of microplastics in coastal waters61
Accumulation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in surface sediment residues of Mahanadi River Estuary: Abundance, source, and risk assessment61
Spatial and temporal distribution of microplastic in surface water of tropical estuary: Case study in Benoa Bay, Bali, Indonesia61
An assessment of microplastic inputs into the aquatic environment from wastewater streams61
Microplastic ingestion in important commercial fish in the southern Caspian Sea60
Microplastic ingestion by pelagic and benthic fish and diet composition: A case study in the NW Iberian shelf60
Abundance and characteristics of microplastics in sediments from the world's longest natural beach, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh60
Microplastic ingestion by pelagic and demersal fish species from the Eastern Central Atlantic Ocean, off the Coast of Ghana59
Occurrence and spatial distribution of microplastics in beach sediments of Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh59
From nanoplastic to microplastic: A bibliometric analysis on the presence of plastic particles in the environment59
Nanoplastics in the oceans: Theory, experimental evidence and real world59
Coupled effects of urbanization level and dam on microplastics in surface waters in a coastal watershed of Southeast China59
Spatial variation of floatable plastic debris and microplastics in the Pearl River Estuary, South China59
Size-dependent oxidative stress effect of nano/micro-scaled polystyrene on Karenia mikimotoi59
Identification and distribution of microplastics in the sediments and surface waters of Anzali Wetland in the Southwest Caspian Sea, Northern Iran59
Functionalization of remote sensing and on-site data for simulating surface water dissolved oxygen: Development of hybrid tree-based artificial intelligence models58
Occurrence, analysis and risk assessment of organophosphate esters (OPEs) in biota: A review58
Estimation of plastic marine debris volumes on beaches using unmanned aerial vehicles and image processing based on deep learning58
Microplastics ingestion by blue panchax fish (Aplocheilus sp.) from Ciliwung Estuary, Jakarta, Indonesia58
Bioaccumulation and reproductive effects of fluorescent microplastics in medaka fish58
Distribution and characterization of microplastics in beach sediments from Karnataka (India) coastal environments58
Baseline assessment of microplastic concentrations in marine and freshwater environments of a developing Southeast Asian country, Viet Nam57
Microplastics on beaches along the eastern Gulf of Thailand – A preliminary study57
Evidence of microplastics (MP) in gut content of major consumed marine fish species in the State of Kuwait (of the Arabian/Persian Gulf)56
Microplastics in bivalves, water and sediments from a touristic sandy beach of Argentina56
Microplastics and nanoplastics in global food webs: A bibliometric analysis (2009–2019)56
Characterization of microplastics in the water and sediment of Baram River estuary, Borneo Island55
Quantifying microplastic translocation from feed to the fillet in European sea bass Dicentrarchus labrax55
Effects of marine noise pollution on Mediterranean fishes and invertebrates: A review55
Microplastic particles in the Persian/Arabian Gulf – A review on sampling and identification54
Quantitative and qualitative determination of microplastics in oyster, seawater and sediment from the coastal areas in Zhuhai, China54
Distribution, sources, and behavior of PAHs in estuarine water systems exemplified by Salt River, Taiwan54
Microplastic pollution in surface seawater and beach sand from the shore of Rayong province, Thailand: Distribution, characterization, and ecological risk assessment54
Fine polystyrene microplastics render immune responses more vulnerable to two veterinary antibiotics in a bivalve species54
Spatio-temporal distribution of plastic and microplastic debris in the surface water of the Bohai Sea, China54
Investigation on microplastic pollution of Dongting Lake and its affiliated rivers54
Baseline survey of micro and mesoplastics in the gastro-intestinal tract of commercial fish from Southeast coast of the Bay of Bengal53
Characterization of microplastics in mangrove sediment of Muara Angke Wildlife Reserve, Indonesia53
Chemical composition and abundance of microplastics in the muscle of commercial shrimp Pleoticus muelleri at an impacted coastal environment (Southwestern Atlantic)53
Contamination and ecological risk assessment of the Red Sea coastal sediments, southwest Saudi Arabia52
Ingestion of microplastics and occurrence of parasite association in Mediterranean anchovy and sardine52
Plastic intake does not depend on fish eating habits: Identification of microplastics in the stomach contents of fish on an urban beach in Brazil52
Occurrences and distribution of microplastic pollution and the control measures in China52
Characterization and distribution of microplastics and plastic debris along Silver Beach, Southern India52
Transport mechanisms and fate of microplastics in estuarine compartments: A review52
Occurrence of microplastics and heavy metals accumulation in native oysters Crassostrea Gasar in the Paranaguá estuarine system, Brazil51
Microparticles and microplastics contamination in African table salts51
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in marine organisms from two fishing grounds, South Yellow Sea, China: Bioaccumulation and human health risk assessment51
Environmental impact of kelp (Saccharina latissima) aquaculture51
Biodegradable plastics: Green hope or greenwashing?51
Biodegradation pathway of the organophosphate pesticides chlorpyrifos, methyl parathion and profenofos by the marine-derived fungus Aspergillus sydowii CBMAI 935 and its potential for methylation reac51
Marine oil spill detection using Synthetic Aperture Radar over Indian Ocean51
Microplastics and other anthropogenic particles in the surface waters of the Chesapeake Bay50
Mortality of a juvenile Magellanic penguin (Spheniscus magellanicus, Spheniscidae) associated with the ingestion of a PFF-2 protective mask during the Covid-19 pandemic50
Ridding our rivers of plastic: A framework for plastic pollution capture device selection50
Heavy metals and natural radioactivity concentration in sediments of the Mediterranean Sea coast50
Policy responses to reduce single-use plastic marine pollution in the Caribbean50
COVID-19 lockdown improved the health of coastal environment and enhanced the population of reef-fish49
Plastic pollution on the Colombian central Caribbean beaches49
Histological, enzymatic and chemical analyses of the potential effects of differently sized microplastic particles upon long-term ingestion in zebrafish (Danio rerio)49
Do microplastic contaminated seafood consumption pose a potential risk to human health?49
Occurrence, distribution, air-seawater exchange and atmospheric deposition of organophosphate esters (OPEs) from the Northwestern Pacific to the Arctic Ocean48
Standardization of the minimum information for publication of infrared-related data when microplastics are characterized48
The deposition of atmospheric microplastics in Jakarta-Indonesia: The coastal urban area48
Environmental disaster in the northeast coast of Brazil: Forensic geochemistry in the identification of the source of the oily material48
Abundance and characteristics of microplastics in retail mussels from Cape Town, South Africa48
Thermal analysis and enhanced visual technique for assessment of microplastics in fish from an Urban Harbor, Mediterranean Coast of Egypt48
Activity-footprints, pressures-footprints and effects-footprints – Walking the pathway to determining and managing human impacts in the sea48
Microplastics in offshore fish from the Agulhas Bank, South Africa47
Using Copernicus Sentinel-2 and Sentinel-3 data to monitor harmful algal blooms in Southern Chile during the COVID-19 lockdown47
Phthalates and non-phthalate plasticizers in Tunisian marine samples: Occurrence, spatial distribution and seasonal variation47
Mapping marine litter with Unmanned Aerial Systems: A showcase comparison among manual image screening and machine learning techniques47
Accumulation and distribution of microplastics in the sediment and coastal water samples of Chabahar Bay in the Oman Sea, Iran47
Monitoring the occurrence of microplastic ingestion in Otariids along the Peruvian and Chilean coasts47
Treatment processes for microplastics and nanoplastics in waters: State-of-the-art review47
Microplastic's story47
Climate change impacts on pollutants mobilization and interactive effects of climate change and pollutants on toxicity and bioaccumulation of pollutants in estuarine and marine biota and linkage to se47
Meso- and microplastics monitoring in harbour environments: A case study for the Port of Durban, South Africa47
Spatial distribution of microplastic in the surface waters along the coast of Korea46
First report of microplastic ingestion by the alien fish Pirapitinga (Piaractus brachypomus) in the Ramsar site Vembanad Lake, south India46
Behaviour of plastic litter in nearshore waters: First insights from wind and wave laboratory experiments46
Modeling the three-dimensional transport and distribution of multiple microplastic polymer types in Lake Erie46
Influence of seawater intrusion and heavy metals contamination on groundwater quality, Red Sea coast, Saudi Arabia46
Microplastic accumulation in commercial fish from the Adriatic Sea46
Ecological risk assessment and heavy metal contamination in the surface sediments of Haizhou Bay, China46
Transfer dynamics of macroplastics in estuaries – New insights from the Seine estuary: Part 2. Short-term dynamics based on GPS-trackers46
Floating marine litter detection algorithms and techniques using optical remote sensing data: A review46
Microplastic and artificial cellulose microfibers ingestion by reef fishes in the Guarapari Islands, southwestern Atlantic46
Using Boops boops (osteichthyes) to assess microplastic ingestion in the Mediterranean Sea46
The wedge clam Donax trunculus L., 1758 as a bioindicator of microplastic pollution46
Organic matter and heavy metal in river sediments of southwestern coastal Korea: Spatial distributions, pollution, and ecological risk assessment46
Spatial and size distribution of macro-litter on coastal dunes from drone images: A case study on the Atlantic coast45
Modelled estimates of fine sediment and particulate nutrients delivered from the Great Barrier Reef catchments45
First evaluation of neustonic microplastics in the Macaronesian region, NE Atlantic45
Observation of microplastics in mariculture water of Longjiao Bay, southeast China: Influence by human activities45
Microplastics pollution on Colombian Central Caribbean beaches45
Characteristics of microplastics in shoreline sediments from a tropical and urbanized beach (Da Nang, Vietnam)45
Floating microplastics in a coastal embayment: A multifaceted issue45
Impact of dyes and finishes on the aquatic biodegradability of cotton textile fibers and microfibers released on laundering clothes: Correlations between enzyme adsorption and activity and biodegradat45
Do different habits affect microplastics contents in organisms? A trait-based analysis on salt marsh species44
Evaluating the presence of microplastics in striped dolphins (Stenella coeruleoalba) stranded in the Western Mediterranean Sea44
Microplastics negatively impact embryogenesis and modulate the immune response of the marine medaka Oryzias melastigma44
Organophosphorus flame retardants (OPFRs) in the seawater and sediments of the Qinzhou Bay, Northern Beibu Gulf: Occurrence, distribution, and ecological risks44
Transport and dispersion of tritium from the radioactive water of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant44
Microplastics in an anadromous national fish, Hilsa shad Tenualosa ilisha from the Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh44
Heavy metal contamination and ecological risk assessment in water and sediments of the Halda river, Bangladesh: A natural fish breeding ground44
Distribution, source and pollution assessment of heavy metals in the surface sediments of the Yangtze River Estuary and its adjacent East China Sea44
Marine debris in Moroccan Mediterranean beaches: An assessment of their abundance, composition and sources44
Effectiveness of mechanical recovery for large offshore oil spills44
Plastic ingestion by four seabird species in the Canadian Arctic: Comparisons across species and time44
Assessment of marine litter through remote sensing: recent approaches and future goals43
Microplastic pollution in the littoral sediments of the northern part of the Oman Sea43
Fate of floating plastic debris released along the coasts in a global ocean model43
Characterization of microplastics in the surface waters of an urban lagoon (Bizerte lagoon, Southern Mediterranean Sea): Composition, density, distribution, and influence of environmental factors43
The emerging issue of microplastics in marine environment: A bibliometric analysis from 2004 to 202043
Types, occurrence and distribution of microplastics in sediments from the northern Tyrrhenian Sea43
Ingestion of microplastics by Hypanus guttatus stingrays in the Western Atlantic Ocean (Brazilian Amazon Coast)43
Residual additives in marine microplastics and their risk assessment – A critical review43
Morphological description of microplastic particles for environmental fate studies43
Oxidative stress induced by nanoplastics in the liver of juvenile large yellow croaker Larimichthys crocea43
Characteristics, fate, and impact of marine plastic debris exposed to sunlight: A review42
Distribution, source, contamination, and ecological risk status of heavy metals in the Red Sea-Gulf of Aqaba coastal sediments, Saudi Arabia42
Macro marine litter survey of sandy beaches along the Cox's Bazar Coast of Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh: Land-based sources of solid litter pollution42
Production, characterization, evaluation and toxicity assessment of a Bacillus cereus UCP 1615 biosurfactant for marine oil spills bioremediation42
Exploring the potential of photoluminescence spectroscopy in combination with Nile Red staining for microplastic detection41
Heavy metals contamination and risk assessment in sediments of Laucala Bay, Suva, Fiji41
Organophosphate flame retardants and plasticizers in sediment and bivalves along the Korean coast: Occurrence, geographical distribution, and a potential for bioaccumulation41
The ‘triple whammy’ of coasts under threat – Why we should be worried!41
3D hotspots of marine litter in the Mediterranean: A modeling study41
Microplastics presence in cultured and wild-caught cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis41
Abundance and characteristics of microplastics in commercially important bottom dwelling finfishes and shellfish of the Vembanad Lake, India41
Comparison of microplastic isolation and extraction procedures from marine sediments41
Micro- and mesoplastics release from the Indonesian municipal solid waste landfill leachate to the aquatic environment: Case study in Galuga Landfill Area, Indonesia41
Phthalates and non-phthalate plasticizers in sediment from Korean coastal waters: Occurrence, spatial distribution, and ecological risks41
Toxic effects of cadmium and lead exposure on intestinal histology, oxidative stress response, and microbial community of Pacific white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei41
Comprehensive evaluation of organophosphate ester contamination in surface water and sediment of the Bohai Sea, China40
Microplastics in different tissues of some commercially important fish species from Anzali Wetland in the Southwest Caspian Sea, Northern Iran40
Weathering and fragmentation of plastic debris in the ocean environment40
Mesh selectivity of neuston nets for microplastics40
Coastal and estuarine blue carbon stocks in the greater Southeast Asia region: Seagrasses and mangroves per nation and sum of total40
Anthropogenic impact on Indonesian coastal water and ecosystems: Current status and future opportunities40
Multivariate statistical approach on distribution of natural and anthropogenic radionuclides and associated radiation indices along the north-western coastline of Aegean Sea, Greece40
Microplastics in a salt-wedge estuary: Vertical structure and tidal dynamics40
Mysterious oil spill on Brazilian coast: Analysis and estimates40
Distribution and pollution risk assessment of heavy metals in the surface sediment of the intertidal zones of the Yellow River Estuary, China39
Marine litter on a highly urbanized beach at Southeast Brazil: A contribution to the development of litter monitoring programs39
Early evidences of niche shifts in estuarine fishes following one of the world's largest mining dam disasters39
Microplastic contamination and characteristics spatially vary in the southern Black Sea beach sediment and sea surface water39
Removal of high-molecular-weight polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by a microbial consortium immobilized in magnetic floating biochar gel beads39
Intra-day microplastic variations in wastewater: A case study of a sewage treatment plant in Hong Kong39
Distribution and ecological- and health-risk assessment of heavy metals in the seawater of the southeast coast of India39
In the business of dirty oceans: Overview of startups and entrepreneurs managing marine plastic39
Marine macroinvertebrates inhabiting plastic litter in Peru39
Investigating the knowledge and attitude of the Greek public towards marine plastic pollution and the EU Single-Use Plastics Directive38
Marine litter and wood debris as habitat and vector for the range expansion of invasive corals (Tubastraea spp.)38
Sediment metal enrichment and ecological risk assessment of ten ports and estuaries in the World Harbours Project38
Low level of microplastic contamination in wild fish from an urban estuary38
Is coastal erosion a source of marine litter pollution? Evidence of coastal dunes being a reservoir of plastics38
Health risk assessment and potentiality of green seaweeds on bioaccumulation of trace elements along the Palk Bay coast, Southeastern India38
Occurrence and distribution of microplastics in beach sediments along Phuket coastline38
Evidence of microplastics from benthic jellyfish (Cassiopea xamachana) in Florida estuaries38
Distribution and assessment of heavy metals in surface sediments from the Bohai Sea of China38
From macro to micro, from patchy to uniform: Analyzing plastic contamination along and across a sandy tide-less coast38
Application of modified water quality index (WQI) in the assessment of coastal water quality in main aquaculture areas of Dalian, China38
Automatic detection of seafloor marine litter using towed camera images and deep learning38
Microplastics in sea surface waters around Scotland38
Interlaboratory comparison of microplastic extraction methods from marine biota tissues: A harmonization exercise of the Plastic Busters MPAs project38
Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in coastal wetlands: A review of their occurrences, toxic effects, and biogeochemical cycling37
Assessing urban microplastic pollution in a benthic habitat of Patagonia Argentina37
Presence of microplastics in two common dried marine fish species from Bangladesh37
Identifying distribution and accumulation patterns of floating marine debris in the Black Sea37
Chlorophyll fluorescence – A tool to assess photosynthetic performance and stress photophysiology in symbiotic marine invertebrates and seaplants37
Spatial distribution, source identification, and risk assessment of heavy metals in seawater and sediments from Meishan Bay, Zhejiang coast, China37
First report from North America of microplastics in the gastrointestinal tract of stranded bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus)37
Evidence of small microplastics (<100 μm) ingestion by Pacific oysters (Crassostrea gigas): A novel method of extraction, purification, and analysis using Micro-FTIR37
Surface water, sediment, and biota: The first multi-compartment analysis of microplastics in the Karnafully river, Bangladesh37
Characterization and distribution of microplastics in estuarine surface sediments, Kayamkulam estuary, southwest coast of India37
Marine debris in Malaysia: A review on the pollution intensity and mitigating measures37
Occurrence and characterization of microplastics in white shrimp, Metapenaeus affinis, living in a habitat highly affected by anthropogenic pressures, northwest Persian Gulf37
Toxic metal pollution and ecological risk assessment in water and sediment at ship breaking sites in the Bay of Bengal Coast, Bangladesh36
Distribution, source and risk assessment of heavy metals in the seawater, sediments, and organisms of the Daya Bay, China36
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