What to do when you find beach debris (2012)

You’re beachcombing and find something out of the ordinary — something you suspect could be tsunami debris. Unusual debris reports are coming in from Oregon’s coastal communities and north along Washington, British Columbia and Alaska.

Visit the Tsunami Debris FAQ for information on what you should do if you find something.

Japanese dock at Agate Beach

Example of recent beach debris, origin not confirmed, recovered from Sunset Beach in Clatsop County.

Posted on June 20, 2012, in state parks and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. try a link to @DebrisTracker tsunamidebris good place to keep it alltogather

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