Kauai & Japanese tsunami debris

SOURCE: Brad Parsons (mauibrad@hotmail.com)
SUBHEAD: A mini-conference on marine debris generated by March 11 earthquake and subsequent tsunami disaster in Japan.  

By Surfrider Kauai on 4 December 2011 in Island Breath - 

Image above: Japanese tsunami debris shortly after march earthquake. From (http://www.infowars.com/japanese-debris-to-start-hitting-western-u-s-and-canada-this-week).

Surfrider Kauai is organizing a Japan Tsunami Debris Conference, bringing together experts in the field of ocean currents and debris tracking. Will be held 12/10/11 at Kauai Community College, 9am, and is free. Will be live streamed at www.Livestreamcom, "surfriderkauai".  

Conference will address Japanese debris:
  • Where is it?
  • When will it get here?
  • How much is there?
  • Is it radioactice?
  • What can we do?
Saturday December 10, 2011 9:00am until Noon  

WHERE: Kauai Community College Cafeteria  

Dr. Nikolai Maximenko,
Univ. Hawaii Ocean currents and the arrival of debris in Hawaii.  

Dr. Henrieta Dulaiova,
Univ. Hawaii Radioactivity of the ocean and marine debris.  

Ms. Carey Morishige,
NOAA Marine Debris Program NOAA’s plan for monitoring and removal of debris.

 Dr. Carl Berg,
Surfrider Kauai Surfrider’s beach clean-up program and its new volunteer program to monitor Japanese Tsunami Debris and its radioactivity.

 County of Kauai and Hawaii State Department of Health

Video above: Dr. Carl Berg speaks on Japanese tsunami debris impact. From (http://youtu.be/iiX29bxvkV4).



Alan D. Ackerman said...

This should have been monitored months ago ...
Alan D. Ackerman , Hawai'ian National

Umi said...

Hello. We are No Nukes Action from California, and looking for recorded livestream of yesterday's conference. Where would this be available?

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