jeudi 16 février 2017

"Extraordinary" levels of pollution found in deepest parts of the ocean

To paraphrase the immortal words of Diana Ross and the Supremes, ain't no mountain high enough, ain't no valley low enough to keep us from mucking it up. Case in point? The Pacific Ocean's Mariana and Kermadec trenches, which at tens of thousands of feet deep, remain two of the planet's most remote reaches. But even they are not immune to environmental damage from humans. Samples of amphipods—tiny, shrimp-like crustaceans who call the underwater canyons home—reveal "extraordinary levels" of persistent...

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