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On this episode of Quirks & Quarks with Bob McDonaldPlastic pollution is all over the arctic Plastic waste, particularly in the form of tiny particles called microplastics, has become ubiquitous in the Earth’s environment, including in the remote Arctic. An international team of researchers, including Jennifer Provencher, a research scientist with Environment and Climate Change…

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