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標題Title: Study Finds Plastic Debris and Manmade Fibers in Fish Sold in Markets
作者Authors: 陳嬿婷
上傳單位Department: 應用英語系
上傳時間Date: 2016-6-4
上傳者Author: 陳嬿婷
審核單位Department: 應用英語系
審核老師Teacher: 劉恬伶
檔案類型Categories: 課堂作業Class Assignment
關鍵詞Keyword: Homework.
摘要Abstract: Scientists have long suspected that plastic trash eaten by fish, crabs, bivalves and other marine species may be spreading through the food wed.
According to the study, the variations in debris types probably reflect differences in local waste management strategies, moreover, plastic debris and fibers were found only in fishes’ guts. Therefore, humans are likely to ingest manmade debris if fish is eaten whole.
An estimated 245 million tons of plastic is produced annually around the world, according to industry estimates. That amount represents 70 pounds of plastic annually for each of the 7.1 billion humans on the planet, scientists say.
The study raises concerns about possible effects on human health from a cocktail of hazardous chemicals associated with plastics and some textiles.

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