The seabed is a problem all over the coastline and the Gulf of Mexico.
From February 2015 to August 2017, researchers wash off at sea shores annually at 12 different sites across the Pacific Ocean in North Padrès Island, Texas, in the nine horde islands in Santa Rosa, Florida.
During the study, about 10 garbage was cleared during the year on the Texas coast.
According to the study, most of the garbage was 69 to 95% plastic. Plastic items include bottles and bottles, beams and broken plastic parts. Researchers also reported that many garbage dumped in the desert in spring and summer. Perhaps during this time many people are outside and in the water.
The researchers also found that the amount of garbage accumulated along the shore could be predicted by high reliability with freshwater flows.