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NOAA Information About Japanese Tsunami Debris

2012 February 21

NOAA Information about Japanese tsunami debris

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has written a blog post about debris from last year’s Japanese tsunami. We encourage you to read it.

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  1. kiyohisa tanada permalink
    February 22, 2012

    I regret that disposal garbage by “the East Japan great earthquake disaster” pollutes sea level of the Pacific.
    It is damage by the natural disaster, but thinks it to be an annoying talk to the people of other countries.
    Collection should be possible, but cannot be readily settled if distributed widely.
    It is a really difficult problem.

    In the outer space, the garbage of the man-made satellite becomes the problem.
    This is that the responsibility of the owner is uncertain, and a problem is complicated.
    This is my opinion.

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