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        In Pursuit of Plastic

        In July 2015, the Ocean Cleanup organization chartered the Sea Dragon to cross 1800 nautical miles from Bermuda to the Azore Islands to determine the extent of plastic pollution in one of the world's largest ocean current systems—the North Atlantic Gyre.

        In Pursuit of Plastics

        In July 2015, the Ocean Cleanup organization chartered the Sea Dragon to cross 1800 nautical miles from Bermuda to the Azore Islands to determine the extent of plastic pollution in one of the world's largest ocean current systems—the North Atlantic Gyre.

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        In July 2015, the Ocean Cleanup organization chartered the Sea Dragon to cross 1800 nautical miles from Bermuda to the Azores Islands to determine the extent of plastic pollution in one of the world's largest ocean current systems—the North Atlantic Gyre.

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        In July 2015, the Ocean Cleanup organization sought to determine plastic pollution in the middle of the North Atlantic Gyre. The process of releasing and bringing back the trawl to capture the plastics proved more challenging than they expected.

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        Shanley McEntee and the crew of the Sea Dragon explain how pervasive plastic pollution is in the world's oceans.

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