PFAS evenly spreads from the Arctic to the Atlantic oceans.

PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) flow equally between the Arctic and Atlantic oceans through atmospheric transport and ocean currents. These persistent pollutants can travel long distances through the air and water, leading to widespread distribution. The interconnectedness of these marine environments allows for the exchange of contaminants, contributing to the relatively even presence of PFAS in both the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans.

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