Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris: Anticipating and Mitigating Its Impacts on the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands

Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris: Anticipating and Mitigating Its Impacts on the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands

This webinar originally aired on 12 December 2011.

This webinar explored how NOAA, the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the Digital Ocean Collaborative on Marine Debris, and other partners are planning for the potential arrival of Japanese tsunami marine debris in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands in early 2012.

  • Carey Morishige, Pacific Islands Regional Coordinator, NOAA Marine Debris Program
  • Ray Born, US Fish and Wildlife Service Permit Manager, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
  • Andrea Neal, President, Blue Ocean Sciences; and Administrator, Digital Ocean Collaborative on Marine Debris
  • David Swatland, NOAA Deputy Superintendent, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
  • Scott Godwin, NOAA Resource Protection Specialist, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
  • Julia Parish, Field Project Support Assistant and Field Camp Leader, Kure Atoll State Wildlife Refuge

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