POCKET GUIDE
TO MARINE
DEBRIS
The Ocean Conservancy promotes
healthy and diverse ocean
ecosystems and opposes practices
that threaten ocean life and hum...
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
Pocket Guide To Marine Debris
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Pocket Guide To Marine Debris

  1. 1. POCKET GUIDE TO MARINE DEBRIS
  2. 2. The Ocean Conservancy promotes healthy and diverse ocean ecosystems and opposes practices that threaten ocean life and human life. Through research, education, and science-based advocacy, The Ocean Conservancy informs, inspires, and empowers people to speak and act on behalf of the oceans. In all its work, The Ocean Conservancy strives to be the world’s foremost advocate for the oceans. The International Coastal Cleanup engages people to remove trash and debris from the world’s beaches and waterways, to identify the sources of debris, and to change the behaviors that cause pollution. © 2005, The Ocean Conservancy This document was first published in 1993. Funding for the original preparation of this document was provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Printed on chlorine-free recycled paper.

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