When rubbish enters the ocean what happens? Oceanographer Dr Erik Van Sebille says: “The plastic joins other rubbish ... and is eaten by thousands of sea animals, birds and fish who mistake the plastic for food.” Dr Van Sebille is using the NeCTAR Research Cloud to host http://www.adrift.org.au a research tool 'Adrift' to explore how objects drift through the ocean.
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Recognising NeCTAR funding: if you a NeCTAR project you are required to put a tag line and logo on your project communications. (Name of your sub-project) acknowledges funding from the NeCTAR project http://www.nectar.org.au NeCTAR is an Australian Government project conducted as part of the Super Science initiative and financed by the Education Investment Fund.
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