Debris Watch 

Surveyors walk the beaches looking for things swept to sea last year by the Japan tsunami

In the parking lot by the Redwood Gun Club, on the Samoa Peninsula near Manila, we smeared bug repellant on as fast as we could. The mosquitoes, swarming, bit anyway. Grabbing her clipboard, GPS, camera and measuring wheel -- all, along…

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