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accumulate Amoco Cadiz animals areas arsenic Atlantic atmosphere bacterial ballast Baltic beaches benthic bioaccumulation birds bivalves cadmium Caspian caused cent chemical chlorinated hydrocarbons coast compounds contaminated copper corals crude oil damage dieldrin dioxins discharge disposal dose dredging dumped at sea dumping grounds effects effluent eggs Elsevier Science environmental estuary eutrophication exposed exposure Firth of Clyde fish fishery Gulf high concentrations human impact increased industry levels liver marine environment marine organisms material ment mercury metals molluscs natural inputs Nereis diversicolor North Sea nuclear nutrients Ocean offshore oil pollution oil spill organochlorines outfall oxygen particles particularly PCBs pesticides petroleum hydrocarbons phytoplankton plankton plants plastic polychaete population power stations production quantities radiation radioactivity radionuclides reduced result rivers salinity sea-birds seabed seafood seals seawater sediments Sellafield sewage sludge sludge dumping species substances surface tanker temperature tion tissue toxic waste zinc