Plastic in seafood

We hear from Arizona State University marine biologist Beth Polidoro about her research into plastics in seafood. Polidoro has studied freshwater fish in Arizona and also marine animals in the Philippines to analyze contaminants in fish and other seafood. She also uses that information to help inform consumers of the danger of those contaminants in understandable terms.

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Arizona State University marine biologist Beth Polidoro

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