Coastal Care

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Day: April 1, 2011

Flotsam From Japan’s Tsunami to be Carried by Currents and Pushed Onshore

Flotsam From Japan’s Tsunami to be Carried by Currents and Pushed Onshore

The biggest haul of floating debris will likely be carried by currents off of Japan toward Washington, Oregon and California, then turning toward Hawaii and back again toward Asia, unless wind and ocean currents eventually push some of the massive debris from Japan’s tsunami onto the shores of the U.S. West Coast, said Curt Ebbesmeyer, a Seattle oceanographer who has spent decades tracking flotsam.

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BP is finished with coastal Alabama cleanup

BP is finished with coastal Alabama cleanup

BP PLC said Friday it has removed workers and machinery from its deep-cleaning operation on the state’s tourist beaches.

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Radiation Leaks Into Groundwater Under Japan Nuclear Plant

Radiation Leaks Into Groundwater Under Japan Nuclear Plant

Radiation exceeding government safety limits has seeped into groundwater under a tsunami-crippled Japanese nuclear plant, according to the operator, but experts said Friday that it was unlikely to contaminate drinking supplies…

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