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Ingestion and Depuration of Microplastics by a Planktivorous Coral Reef Fish, Pomacentrus amboinensis

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Fish were collected with SCUBA and nets at Lizard Island (North GBR), exposed to microplastics under laboratory conditions at Lizard Island Research Station, and processed (i.e., gastrointestinal tract chemically digested, filtered and analysed under microscope) to assess microplastic ingestion at the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) in Townsville (Queensland, Australia). Data was statistically analysed using general linear model in R, kinetics model, one-way ANOVA and Tukey’s multiple comparisons tests.\nMaintenance and Update Frequency: asNeededStatement: Data quality was assured using the following permits, animal ethics approval, publications, and SOPs: \n \n 1. Fish collection followed James Cook University Animal Ethics Committee Approval Number A2635 and Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority permit G12/35236.1 \n 2. Fish husbandry and handling during experimental procedure followed James Cook University Animal Ethics Committee Approval Number A2635 \n 3. Sample processing was conducted following the SOPs: SOP_SF_T072_1 and SOP_SF_T0565_2 (AIMS internal documents) \n 4. Extraneous microplastic contamination was controlled following the SOP SF_T064_2 and other procedures described in the paper such as filtering seawater used in experimental procedures. \n 5. Extraneous microplastic contamination was identified and characterized following Norén, 2007, Hidalgo-Ruz et al., 2012, Kroon et al. 2018a,b\n References: \n Hidalgo-Ruz, V., Gutow, L., Thompson, R. C., and Thiel, M. (2012). Microplastics in the marine environment: a review of the methods used for identification and quantification. Environ. Sci. Technol. 46, 3060–3075. doi: 10.1021/es2031505 \n Kroon, F., Motti, C., Talbot, S., Sobral, P., and Puotinen, M. (2018). A workflow for improving estimates of microplastic contamination in marine waters: a case study from North-Western Australia. Environ. Pollut. 238, 26–38. doi: 10.1016/j.envpol.2018.03.010 \n Kroon, F. J., Motti, C. E., Jensen, L. H., and Berry, K. L. E. (2018). Classification of marine microdebris: a review and case study on fish from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Sci. Rep. 8:16422. \n Norén, F. (2007). Small plastic particles in Coastal Swedish waters. 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This published research assesses microplastic ingestion and retention by coral reef fish, which are important information to assess ecological risks of this emergent contaminant to the Great Barrier Reef (GBR, Australia). Fish were collected with SCUBA and nets at Lizard Island (North GBR), exposed to microplastics under laboratory conditions at Lizard Island Research Station, and processed (i.e., gastrointestinal tract chemically digested, filtered and analysed under microscope) to assess microplastic ingestion at the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) in Townsville (Queensland, Australia). Data was statistically analysed using general linear model in R, kinetics model, one-way ANOVA and Tukey’s multiple comparisons tests.\n

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Maintenance and Update Frequency: asNeeded
Statement: Data quality was assured using the following permits, animal ethics approval, publications, and SOPs: \n \n 1. Fish collection followed James Cook University Animal Ethics Committee Approval Number A2635 and Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority permit G12/35236.1 \n 2. Fish husbandry and handling during experimental procedure followed James Cook University Animal Ethics Committee Approval Number A2635 \n 3. Sample processing was conducted following the SOPs: SOP_SF_T072_1 and SOP_SF_T0565_2 (AIMS internal documents) \n 4. Extraneous microplastic contamination was controlled following the SOP SF_T064_2 and other procedures described in the paper such as filtering seawater used in experimental procedures. \n 5. Extraneous microplastic contamination was identified and characterized following Norén, 2007, Hidalgo-Ruz et al., 2012, Kroon et al. 2018a,b\n References: \n Hidalgo-Ruz, V., Gutow, L., Thompson, R. C., and Thiel, M. (2012). Microplastics in the marine environment: a review of the methods used for identification and quantification. Environ. Sci. Technol. 46, 3060–3075. doi: 10.1021/es2031505 \n Kroon, F., Motti, C., Talbot, S., Sobral, P., and Puotinen, M. (2018). A workflow for improving estimates of microplastic contamination in marine waters: a case study from North-Western Australia. Environ. Pollut. 238, 26–38. doi: 10.1016/j.envpol.2018.03.010 \n Kroon, F. J., Motti, C. E., Jensen, L. H., and Berry, K. L. E. (2018). Classification of marine microdebris: a review and case study on fish from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Sci. Rep. 8:16422. \n Norén, F. (2007). Small plastic particles in Coastal Swedish waters. KIMO Sweden 11, 1–11.\n

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AIMS@JCU Ph.D. scholarship, Australian Institute of Marine Science and James Cook University, Australia.
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2018 Rossi Foundation Plastic Pollution Grant, Australian Museum and Lizard Island Research Station, Australia.
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TWQ Hub Ph.D. research funding, National Environmental Science Program Tropical Water Quality Hub (TWQ Hub), Australia.
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Key Program for International S&T Cooperation Projects (No. 2016YFE0101500), Sino-Australian Centre for Healthy Coasts, Australia.
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Australia China Science Research Fund Grant ACSRF 48162, Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, and the Queensland Government Department of Environment and Science, Australia. Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS), Australia.

Modified: 02 2023

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Santana, M. F. M., Dawson, A. L., Motti, C. A., van Herwerden, L., Lefevre, C., & Kroon, F. J. (2021). Ingestion and Depuration of Microplastics by a Planktivorous Coral Reef Fish, Pomacentrus amboinensis. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 9, 79. https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2021.641135

doi : https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2021.641135

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