Plastic Pollution Toxins Inhibiting Ability For Animals To Hide From Predators

By January 4, 2019 Marine Social Science
Microplastic Toxins Affecting Periwinkles

Dr. Edward Hind-Ozan joins me on this episode for his segment called “What’s Happening In Marine Social Science This Week?”

This week’s topic looks at the intersection between Marine Biology and Marine Social Science. We discuss a study where researchers studies the effects of toxins from microplastics on periwinkles and their inability to hide from predators. Ed highlights the fact that the study shows the importance of understanding marine biology to realize the conflict humans are having on the Ocean.

Listen to the podcast for more details and while Marine Biology and Marine Social Science need to crosspaths more.

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