Micropollutants (MPs) include a wide range of biological disruptors that can be toxic to wildlife and humans at very low concentrations (
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Acknowledged KAUST grant number(s): BAS/1/1095-01-01
Acknowledgements: This review was carried out in association with the ongoing R&D project registered as ANP 21005-4, “PROBIO-DEEP – Survey of potential impacts caused by oil and gas exploration on deep-sea marine holobionts and selection of potential bioindicators and bioremediation processes for these ecosystems” (UFRJ/Shell Brasil/ANP), sponsored by Shell Brasil under the ANP R&D levy as “Compromisso de Investimentos com Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento”. R.S.P. was also supported through KAUST grant number BAS/1/1095-01-01. Table 1 Sources, types, and adverse effects of pollutants.
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