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What can you expect from OregonBeachcomber in the future?
- Continued coverage of tsunami and marine debris in the Pacific Northwest
- Diversified topics, including oceanography, climate events, and biology of our oceans
- An expanded database of items washed ashore
- Coastal events in the Oregon area
- Continued volunteer opportunities on our beloved Oregon coast
- Collaboration with marine debris networks to bring you the most recent developments in research and marine science.
Here are some of my favorite posts so far-
61- Foot Monster - Original Coverage of the Tsunami Dock that washed ashore in Newport, Oregon
Who Said Modeling was Easy? - Why can't NOAA tell us exactly where tsunami debris is?
Hitch-Hiking Fish: A Biological Rarity - Why don't more fish make it across the Pacific?
Invasion of the Seafoam - Last winter, seafoam flooded the coastal towns of Australia. Why did this happen?
The Motorcycle that Crossed the Pacific - A Harley Davidson finds its way across and ocean- and into a museum
The Mechanics of Drifting on the Open Sea - The long journey tsunami debris must take before it ends up on North American shores.
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