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Japanese Tsunami Debris Wave May Be Ending
The threat to the British Columbia shoreline from Japanese tsunami debris is over, says Jan Hafner, a researcher at the International Pacific Research Center at the University of Hawaii.

The bulk of the debris field, estimated to be the size of California, was predicted to hit North American shores this year.

But those predictions appear to be off. Floating debris such as lumber from buildings has either already made landfall or will be swirling in the ocean indefinitely, Hafner said.

 
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