Observations of different solid waste types in Santos beaches (Sao Paulo, Brazil) according to season, tide and moon phase.

Published: 31 Aug 2017 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/8x8h2vjr2r.1
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Description of this data

Observations of different solid waste types in Santos beaches (Sao Paulo, Brazil) according to season, tide and moon phase.

Hard plastics (HP). Acrylic shreds, beach sandals, disposable plastic cups, general plastic containers (margarine yogurt, ice cream, cleaning products), plastic electronic parts (including boxes and containers), plastic lollipop sticks, plastic toys for children, soda plastic (PET) bottles and rings.

Soft plastics (SP). Candy/snack boxes and packaging, disposable bags, straws,
general plastic labels (soda, beer, cleaning products)

Styrofoam (ST). General Styrofoam pieces

Wood debris (W). Broom handles, furniture pieces, ice cream sticks, logs.

Other (O). Building and fisheries debris; charcoal shreds; fabric shreds; glass shreds; metal (aerosol spray, beer and soda cans, aluminum paper, batteries and cells, other general metal shreds); and paper shreds.

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    2017-08-31

    Published: 2017-08-31

    DOI: 10.17632/8x8h2vjr2r.1

    Cite this dataset

    Cordeiro, Taynara Cristina; Barrella, Walter; Butturi-Gomes, Davi; Petrere Jr, Miguel (2017), “Observations of different solid waste types in Santos beaches (Sao Paulo, Brazil) according to season, tide and moon phase.”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/8x8h2vjr2r.1

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Tides, Seasonal Variation, Coastal Pollution, Solid Waste

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