Plastic pollution is damaging the oceans, according to new research from University of California, Davis, researchers.
According to the new report, plastic pollution affects ocean ecosystems and the health of human communities by degrading the organisms that live in the oceans.
The study, published in the journal Nature, found that plastic pollution was linked to increases in the number of fish species, changes in the nutrient composition of ocean water, and the growth of bacteria and algae that thrive in these conditions.
The researchers said that plastics have been linked to pollution in the ocean since at least the 1960s, and it was only in recent years that scientists have begun to understand the potential health impacts of the pollution.
The new research highlights the importance of examining the links between plastic pollution and ocean health.
It is not known if the plastics pollution we are seeing today is directly caused by the plastic industry, but it is possible that it is.
If this is the case, it is important to recognize that the plastic pollution we have been seeing today could be contributing to our health and the environment, the study said.
The findings highlight the importance and importance of studying these impacts in the context of global environmental changes, such as climate change, over the long term, the researchers wrote.