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Pacific Gyre Garbage Patch

Biggest Man Made Environmental Disasters

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Pacific Gyre Garbage Patch

Another example of the negative effects of human waste; the Pacific Gyre Garbage Patch is a gyre of marine debris in the central North Pacific Ocean. This patch which is characterized by high concentrations of pelagic plastics, chemical sludge and other debris formed gradually as a result of the marine pollution gathered by oceanic currents.


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