1. Winds May Be Blowing Microplastics Around the World  WIRED
  2. Alarm as study shows how microplastics are blown across the world   The Guardian
  3. Microplastics Are Blowing in the Wind  Scientific American
  4. Microplastics are raining down from the sky, even in the mountains  National Geographic
  5. This Is How Microplastics Can Pollute The Air You Breathe  HuffPost
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In the remote French Pyrenees, scientists are finding tiny bits of plastic—likely blown from big cities like Barcelona, 100 miles to the south.In the remote French Pyrenees, scientists are finding tiny bits of plastic—likely blown from big cities like Barcelona, 100 miles to the south.

A new study gives clues on how wind can carry tiny pieces of plastics far.A new study gives clues on how wind can carry tiny pieces of plastics far.

This Is How Microplastics Can Pollute The Air You Breathe | HuffPost

Scientists discover large amounts of tiny plastic particles falling out of the air in a remote mountain location.Scientists discover large amounts of tiny plastic particles falling out of the air in a remote mountain location.

Microplastics are raining down from the sky, even in the mountains

Atmospheric currents are transporting plastic pollution into remote, pristine areas, showing the global nature of the problemAtmospheric currents are transporting plastic pollution into remote, pristine areas, showing the global nature of the problem

Microplastics Are Blowing in the Wind - Scientific American

Microplastics can travel by air and pollute areas at least 100 kilometres away from their source, according to a new study. Researchers found substantial amounts of plastic waste on a remote catchment in the French Pyrenees mountains over a period of five months.Microplastics can travel by air and pollute areas at least 100 kilometres away from their source, according to a new study. Researchers found substantial amounts of plastic waste on a remote

Microplastics can travel by air and pollute mountain tops 100 kilometres away, study shows | The Independent

Airborne bits of plastic that originated in cities ended up in pristine mountains at least 95 kilometers away, a study finds.Airborne bits of plastic that originated in cities ended up in pristine mountains at least 95 kilometers away, a study finds.

Tiny microplastics travel far on the wind | Science News

Microplastics have been discovered on a mountain top for the first time, suggesting that they are being carried on the air to even the most remote locations.Microplastics have been discovered on a mountain top for the first time, suggesting that they are being carried on the air to even the most remote locations.

Microplastics now in the air of remote mountain regions

The microplastics soared at least 100 kilometers from their sourceThe microplastics soared at least 100 kilometers from their source

Airborne microplastics found atop France’s remote Pyrenees mountains | Science | AAAS