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Marine Anthropogenic Litter
This chapter aims to provide an overview of research into quantifying the economic impacts of marine litter. From an environmental economics perspective it introduces the difficulties in measuring the economic costs of marine litter; reviews those sectors where these costs are notable; and considers policy instruments, which can reduce these costs. Marine litter is underpinned by dynamic and complex processes, the drivers and impacts of which are multi-scalar, transboundary, and play out indoi:10.1007/978-3-319-16510-3_14 fatcat:ddhe3gkysvejhllbidvb4gvhve