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Record Breaking Turn-out for Tsuanami Sweepers Cleanup

San Diego’s Tsunami Sweepers were at it again last weekend for our first cleanup of 2016! I Love A Clean San Diego has been named the first responder in San Diego to assist in the cleanup… 342 more words


The Earth Dies Screaming...

Natural disasters, by their very nature, don’t distinguish between religious, economic or cultural boundaries. They will happily lay waste to whatever lies in their path, whether it be a remote rural village, a presidential palace or a nuclear power station. 613 more words

Suspected Tsunami Debris Boat Towed To Oregon Port

NEWPORT, Ore. (AP) — A 30-foot section of a fiberglass boat believed to be debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami has been towed to an Oregon port and is headed for the dump once scientists make sure it poses no threat of spreading invasive species. 106 more words


Debris from tsunamis still washing up in B.C.

VANCOUVER – The manager of a national shoreline cleanup organization says she hopes one legacy of the 2011 Japanese tsunami will be greater awareness of the amount of everyday garbage going into the ocean. 365 more words


Tsunamis toss Japanese buoys and hard hats into B.C. forest

VANCOUVER — Japanese hard hats and fishing floats are now lying in old growth forests on the B.C. coast after being washed into the Pacific Ocean by the biggest tsunami of 2011, and then out of the Pacific by the largest tsunami of 2012. 810 more words


Visualizing Supply Chains in Distress

There is no better way to show the impact of major disruptions on supply chains than to convey the level of risk involved through a clear, impactful, visual device. 526 more words


Researchers monitor B.C. waters for Japanese tsunami nuclear debris

WATCH: UVic research team monitors water for Japanese tsunami nuclear debris

The disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant took place more than two years ago, but it’s still fresh in the minds of researchers at the University of Victoria. 225 more words