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Remote Islands Reveal Rapid Rise of Southern Hemisphere Sea Debris

British Antarctic Survey, Natural Environment Research Council, High Cross, Cambridge, CB3 OET, U.K. and University College Cork, Cork, Ireland

Received 3 November 2005; Accepted 11 November 2005

Copyright © 2005 David K.A. Barnes.

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