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- Eva Panagiotakopulu; J. Edward Schofield; Kim Vickers; Kevin J. Edwards; Paul C. Buckland
- Quaternary international 2020 v.549 pp. 176-190
- Diptera; Inuit; anthropogenic activities; birds; bogs; butchering; charcoal; cooling; data collection; environmental impact; farms; fauna; fires; fossils; insects; marine mammals; paleoecology; palynology; peat; peatlands; pollen; puparium; shrubs; skinning; vegetation; wastes; Greenland; Iceland
- ... Palaeoecological investigations of a rapidly eroding coastal midden and an adjacent peat bog on the island of Kangeq in southwest Greenland have provided new information on environmental change and human impact associated with Thule Inuit occupation. Palynological and palaeoentomological datasets have been produced through the 14th to the 17th centuries AD. The pollen and sedimentary data provide ...
- Francisca Ribeiro; Jake W. O'Brien; Tamara Galloway; Kevin V. Thomas
- Trends in analytical chemistry 2019 v.111 pp. 139-147
- aquatic invertebrates; birds; environmental impact; humans; insects; marine mammals; mechanism of action; nanoplastics; sea turtles; tissues
- ... Following a decade of research on the environmental impacts of microplastics, a knowledge gap remains on the processes by which micro and nanoplastics pass across biological barriers, enter cells and are subject to biological mechanisms. Here we summarize available literature on the accumulation of microplastics and their associated contaminants in a variety of organisms including humans. Most dat ...