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Japanese tsunami debris baseline report: Placed against the washed -up boat dock a large yellow SOLV bag filled with plastic material and several large Styrofoam pieces; altogether too much debris to carry away.

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Mile 93

April 15, 2021

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Mile 93

April 30, 2014

We set out at eleven in the morning with me rowing the Second Sea Sprite, our eight-foot Walker Bay dinghy, down the Lower Fourmile Creek and across the New River to its West Bank.

John Hull

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Mile 93

November 10, 2012

Beach sand wide and clean with a few jellies on the wet sand.

John Hull

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Mile 93

September 21, 2012

Japanese tsunami debris baseline report: Two Japanese bottles, otherwise the beach is quite clean.

H Witschi

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Mile 93

September 19, 2012

Japanese tsunami debris baseline report: SOLV bag still against the boat dock.

H Witschi

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Mile 93

September 10, 2012

Japanese tsunami debris baseline report: Placed against the washed -up boat dock a large yellow SOLV bag filled with plastic material and several large Styrofoam pieces; altogether too much debris to carry away.

H Witschi

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Mile 93

September 7, 2012

Japanese tsunami debris baseline report:North end of mile 92/south end mile 93 - on a length of about 1/5 to 1/10 of a mile, approximately 10 plastic bottles, half of which have clearly identifiable Japanese lettering.

H Witschi

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Mile 93

August 31, 2012

Japanese tsunami debris baseline report: Beaches (Miles 93 and 94) are empty, no trash and no people.

H Witschi