Tuesday, February 28, 2012 - 18:30 in Earth & Climate
Lumber, boats and other debris ripped from Japanese coastal towns by tsunamis last year have spread across some 3,000 miles to areas halfway across the North Pacific, and could wash ashore on remote islands north of Hawaii any day now.
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- For disaster debris arriving from Japan, radiation least of the concernsWed, 22 Feb 2012, 16:34:38 EST