OREGON – New research from the US found that found microfibres from synthetic materials as well as cotton impacted the behaviour and growth of water organisms. Researchers from Oregon State University measured the impact of microfibre samples of different sizes from ropes made of cotton, polyester and polypropylene on the growth and development of wild organisms such as rockfish and zooplankton.
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