Discovering & Recovering Marine Debris

Discovering & Recovering Marine Debris
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Discovering & Recovering Marine Debris

Discovering & Recovering Marine Debris
August 2012 in Seattle

Whether it's debris washed out by a tsunami, a crab pot lost to the ice of the Bering Sea, or a water bottle tossed on Alki Beach, trash and debris in the marine environment is a growing problem in Puget Sound and across the world's oceans. Join NOAA's Peter Murphy to explore marine debris origins, impacts and actions.

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