Oceanographers at the University of California, San Diego They found The beach between Los Angeles and Santa Catalina Island contains more than 27,000 barrels of DDT, known as the first modern pesticide, before it was discovered to be dangerous to other organisms. Scientists believe that DDT is very harmful to marine habitats and some mammals that live in the area, such as dolphins and sea lions.
The presence of DDT in the barrels is still not entirely certain, but this material had previously been found in the same area. The barrels were obtained by researchers from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, part of the University of San Diego, one of the world’s most important research centers for the protection of the planet. The 1,500-square-kilometer stretch of coastline was mapped using sonar, an instrument that uses sound propagation underwater to detect the presence of objects, and found more than 100,000 remains of an object to be found. To DDT. This finding will allow us to better understand what DDT can do to the marine ecosystem.
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