Tsunami Debris Found 3,000 km From Japan Coast

Tsunami Debris Found 3,000 km From Japan Coast

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Tsunami damage in Sendai, Japan. Caption and photo courtesy of: © Mark Edward Harris

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A Russian ship has found debris from the Japanese tsunami, including a fishing boat, floating adrift in the Pacific thousands of kilometres from the disaster zone, a Hawaiian research group said.

Scientists estimate that tsunami debris from Japan will wash up on the shores of Northwestern Hawaiian Islands in one year and the US west coast in three years…

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