Updated: July 16, 2018

 
 
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Miyako Island (Miyakojima) Kids Net was created in hopes to provide ideas and information about issues that small islands are facing. Not only should adults think about this issue, children can also begin to look at problems of small islands and look for their own unique solutions.

Our mission is to find different solutions that can improve conditions in the environment and maintain the island's natural resources.

 
Japan Tsunami Debris

To keep track of the arrival situation of tsunami-related debris at the Pacific Northwest.
We prepared a new cluster site exclusively for Japan Tsunami Debris.

This animation updated: July 5, 2017
 

All the recent Marine Debris Arrival Surveys after 2016 can be seen in ISLANDS4KIDS.ORG, our research platform. Please click here to find the latest survey result.

On Oct. 11, 2015, we did another arrival situation research of Japan Tsunami debris and Asian marine debris at the coast of Ocean Shores in Washington State.


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On March 22, 2015, we did another arrival situation research of Japan Tsunami debris and Asian marine debris at the coast of Ocean Shores in Washington State.


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On July 17, 2014, we did another arrival situation research of Japan Tsunami debris and Asian marine debris at the coast of Ocean Shores in Washington State.


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On March 24, 2014, we did another arrival situation research of Japan Tsunami debris and Asian marine debris at the coast of Ocean Shores in Washington State.


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Japan Tsunami Debris Comprehensive and most updated information can be seen by visiting NOAA's Japan Tsunami Debris: Information and FAQs.
 
 
The marine debris cleanup and research program "Priority Number One" is one of our recent activities to further spread our information and allow for more children to participate in this cause. Marine Debris Program
 
Miyakojima Marine Debris Program
 
This new map shows the general areas where tress or plants are located on the island. Using the "Remote Sensing Extraction System", we can see just how little vegetation there are compared to developed areas. Please click the image for more detail. Miyako Island Vegetation Map

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