30 Dec '11, 1pm

Tsunami Debris: Anything that goes into the ocean will eventually either sink or float. Debris from the tsunami...

Tsunami Debris: Anything that goes into the ocean will eventually either sink or float. Debris from the tsunami...

Anything that goes into the ocean will eventually either sink or float. Debris from the tsunami that devastated Japan in March could reach the United States as early as this winter, according to predictions by NOAA scientists. However, they warn there is still a large amount of uncertainty over exactly what is still floating, where it's located, where it will go, and when it will arrive. Responders now have a challenging, if not impossible situation on their hands: How do you deal with debris that could now impact U.S. shores, but is difficult to find? Just another garbage wave to worry about but one that is not directly a result of man's bad habits.

Full article: http://www.enn.com/enn_original_news/article/43783

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