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Study map of the sampling stations in the Mediterranean Sea for the ingestion of anthropogenic particles :: Figure: Authors

Montserrat Compa, Ana Ventero, Magdalena Iglesias, Salud Deudero, 2018. Ingestion of microplastics and natural fibres in Sardina pilchardus (Walbaum, 1792) and Engraulis encrasicolus (Linnaeus, 1758) along the Spanish Mediterranean coast. Marine Pollution Bulletin. Volume 128, March 2018. Pages 89-96.

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The threefold monitoring approach to detect marine litter presence and impact in bioindicator organisms :: Image: Authors

Maria Cristina Fossi, Cristina Pedà, Montserrat Compa, Catherine Tsangaris, Carme Alomar, Francoise Claro, Christos Ioakeimidis, Francois Galgani, Tatjana Hema, Salud Deudero, Teresa Romeo, Pietro Battaglia, Franco Andaloro, Ilaria Caliani, b, Silvia Casini, Cristina Panti, Matteo Baini, 2017. Bioindicators for monitoring marine litter ingestion and its impacts on Mediterranean biodiversity. Environmental Pollution (2017), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2017.11.019

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Sampling locations (grey boxes: Soller and Palma) of elasmobranchs around Mallorca Island :: Image: Authors

C. Alomar, S. Deudero, 2017. Evidence of microplastic ingestion in the shark Galeus melastomus Rafinesque, 1810 in the continental shelf off the western Mediterranean Sea. Environmental Pollution. 223. (2017). 223-229.

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Map of the Balearic Islands showing the sampling areas (shaded rectangles) of Mullus surmuletus to study microplastic ingestion :: Image: Authors

C. Alomar, A. Sureda, X. Capó, B. Guijarro, S. Tejada, S. Deudero, 2017. Microplastic ingestion by Mullus surmuletus Linnaeus, 1758 fish and its potential for causing oxidative stress. Environmental Research. Volume 159, November 2017, Pages 135-142

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