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      Authors Name
      Talbot, Anita [2]
      Tannian, Marissa [2]
      Teagasc Crops, Environment and Land Use Programme, Johnstown Castle, Wexford, Ireland [1]
      Teagasc Environment Research Centre, Johnstown Castle, Co. Wexford, Ireland [1]
      Teagasc, Johnstown Castle, Co. Wexford, Ireland [2]
      Teagasc, Mellows Campus, Athenry, Co. Galway, Ireland [2]
      Tepsich, Paola [1]
      The authors would like to acknowledge the Marine Institutes and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) Marine Biodiversity Scheme (MB/2018/04). The “Nephrops and Microplastics” project is part of the Marine Biodiversity Scheme which is carried out under Ireland's Operational Programme (OP), co-funded by the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) and by the Irish Government. [1]
      The authors would like to acknowledge the Marine Institutes and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) Marine Biodiversity Scheme. The “Nephrops and Microplastics” project (MB/2018/04) is part of the Marine Biodiversity Scheme which is carried out under Ireland's Operational Programme (OP), co-funded by the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) and by the Irish Government. [1]
      The Biological Conservation Research Foundation, BICREF NGO, Hamrun, Malta [1]
      The humpback whale research in Ireland was funded by the Heritage Council (Grant No. 12290) and in 2019 by Ryanair through their Carbon Offset Partnership Fund. [1]
      The Laboratory, Marine Biological Association, Citadel Hill, Plymouth, UK [1]
      The Marine Biological Association of the UK, Plymouth, UK [1]
      The work outlined was supported by the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology through RISE and Connacht-Ulster Alliance scholarships, and also by the Irish Department of Agriculture, Food and Marine, who partly supported research materials under the Grant Award No. 15 S 745. These funding sources had no input into the study design or compilation of this article. [1]
      The work was supported by the University of Groningen (P.J.P., M.B., and A.A.C.), Copenhagen University (P.J.P. and A.A.C.), Bangor University (P.J.P. and M.B.), University of California Berkeley (P.J.P. and M.B.), University of Oslo (L.B. and Ø.W.), and University of Stockholm (P.J.P. and M.B.). Funding was also provided by the Greenland Home Rule Government (P.J.P.), the Commission for Scientific Research in Greenland (P.J.P.), the Greenland Nature Resource Institute (P.J.P.), WWF-DK (P.J.P.), the Aage V. Jensen Foundation (P.J.P.), the Danish Natural Science Research Council (P.J.P.), and the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq grant numbers 442637/2018-7 and 408096/2013-6) of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MCTI) under the scope of the Brazilian Antarctic Program (L.D.R., E.R.S., H.A.C., and C.D.) and the Irish Research Council (C.R.). A.A.C. was supported by a fellowship from Dutch Research Council—NWO— ( Rubicon project 019.183EN.005). X.M.L. was funded by a Brazilian scholarship from CNPq (201709/2014-7). Additional funding from the Norwegian Polar Institute, WWF Norway, and the Norwegian Research Council (ICE-whales programme) financed Norwegian data collection and participation. Funds were also provided by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) through research and individual grants TRACE-PTDC/ MAR/74071/2006, IF/00943/2013, SFRH/BPD/108007/2015, UID/MAR/04292/2019, and UIDB/05634/2020. [1]
      This analysis was funded by the Irish Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine’s Competitive Research Funding Programmes (DAFM) as part of the FishKOSM project (Ref15/S/744). [1]
      This project is funded under the EPA Research Programme 2021-2030. [1]
      This research (2017–W–MS-28) was funded by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Research Programme 2014-2020. [1]
      This research was conducted as part of the High Nature Value Farmland and Forestry Systems for Biodiversity (FarmForBio) project funded by the Research Stimulus Fund (2019R425) of the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine Research Stimulus Fund. JC and JM conceived and designed the study, JC conducted all the quantitative analyses. All authors contributed to the drafting and critical analysis of the manuscript. [1]
      This study was funded by the EC Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, AMBER (Adaptive Management of Barriers in European Rivers) Project, grant agreement number 689682, led by C.G.L [1]