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MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN

ISSN:

0025-326X

eISSN:

1879-3363

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(Field of Science):

  • Civil engineering and transport (Engineering and Technology)
  • Environmental engineering, mining and energy (Engineering and Technology)
  • Agriculture and horticulture (Agricultural sciences)
  • Biological sciences (Natural sciences)
  • Chemical sciences (Natural sciences)
  • Earth and related environmental sciences (Natural sciences)

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2020 100 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
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Year Points List
2020 100 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2019 100 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2018 40 A
2017 40 A
2016 40 A
2015 40 A
2014 40 A
2013 40 A
2012 40 A
2011 40 A
2010 32 A
2009 32 A
2008 32 A

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Hybrid

Punkty CiteScore:

Punkty CiteScore
2018 4.01
Punkty CiteScore
Year Points
2018 4.01
2017 3.4
2016 3.46

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Status table SHERPA RoMEO
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2020
2019
  • Offshore surface waters of Antarctica are free of microplastics, as revealed by a circum-Antarctic study
    Publication
    • P. Kuklinski
    • L. Wicikowski
    • M. Koper
    • T. Gralak,
    • H. Leniec-Koper
    • M. Barasiński
    • M. Talar
    • I. Kamiński
    • R. Kibart
    • W. Małecki

    - MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN - 2019

    In 2018, during a circum navigation of Antarctica below 62° S by the sailing boat Katharsis II, the presence of plastics was investigated with surface sampling nets at ten evenly spaced locations (every 36° of longitude). Although fibres that appeared to be plastic (particles up to 2 cm) were found in numbers ranging from 1 particle (0.002 particles per m3) to 171 particles (1.366 particles per m3) per station, a Fourier-transform...

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2014
  • Historical records of organic pollutants in sediment cores

    Analyses of sediment core samples are primary sources of historical pollution trends in aquatic systems. Determining organic compounds, such as POPs, in the dated sediments enables the estimation of their temporal concentration changes and the identification of the contaminant origin in local regions. Wars, large-scale fires, economical transitions, and bans on certain chemicals are reflected in the sediment organic compound concentrations....

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2009
2008

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