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Handbook of Environmental Chemistry
Contamination with plastic debris has been recognized as one of today's major environmental quality problems. Because most of the sources are land based, concerns are increasingly focused on the freshwater and terrestrial environment. Fate and transport models for plastic debris can complement information from measurements and will play an important role in the prospective risk assessment of plastic debris. We review the present knowledge with respect to fate and transport modeling of plasticdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-61615-5_7 fatcat:gz54dp4hcncu5ecolqu2ysigem