Debris from Japanese tsunami deliver foreign species to B.C. beaches

At least 237 Japanese marine species were catalogued in Washington State and 278 in Oregon, but the west coast of Vancouver Island is relatively inaccessible, so no one is there to report it when biofouled items land. “From what we have seen in news …
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