All posts tagged "marine debris"

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    Study finds lots of plastic ingested by Hawaii fish

    HAWAII – Large, predatory fishes from the offshore waters around Hawai‘i have been ingesting a surprisingly large...

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    VIDEO: Japan tsunami debris presentation made to Hawaii Council

    Special presentation given on threat of tsunami debris that may be headed our way at some point in the next few years Video by David Corrigan, Voice of Stephanie Salazar HILO, Hawaii: Debris from the tsunami that devastated Japan could reach the United States as early as this winter, according to predictions...

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    KA’U: BOLO for red blocks floating in Hawaii waters

    By David Corrigan and Stephanie Salazar HILO, Hawaii: UH Hilo marine science students and collaborators have released sets of red, wood blocks from locations around the Big Island this week, in an attempt to monitor the path taken by floating debris....

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    VIDEO: Debris from Japan tsunami will wash ashore on Hawaii

    Voice of Stephanie Salazar University of Hawaii researches are projecting further impacts here on Hawaii Island from the 9.0 earthquake in Japan. This time, a surge of debris from the destroyed remnants of Japan’s coastal towns are expected to wash ashore in two to five years. Researchers at the University of Hawaii at...

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    VIDEO REPORT: Marine debris action plan

    Video courtesy NOAA, voice of Tim Bryan

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