Coastal remains from the coast are a problem around the world – and the Gulf of Mexico is no exception.
In February 2015, by August 2017, researchers from the Ipar Padre Island, Texas, Santa Rosa, Florida, kept trackboards of waste ship scattered on the eleven islands on a monthly basis.
The study found 10 times more junk on the Texas coast than all other Gulf states year-round.
Most of the trash, from 69 to 95 percent, were plastic, according to the study. Plastic parts contain bottles and bottles with hats, straws and broken plastic pieces. In addition, the researchers mentioned that the trash more sank in spring and summer. This may be more people out and rinse during this time.
In addition, researchers estimate the amount of waste accumulated along the coast to boost their trust in flood-friendly areas.