Volunteer Cleanup Stats: 2011-2014 YEAR Lbs- Debris RemovedVolunteer # of Cleanups 2014157,90011,120220 2013126,6008,640236 2012245,00011,490240 2011137,80010,000200 Grand Total of approx. 446,800 lbs of debris removed by volunteers
Other OMDT Accomplishments 27 Public Workshops (2012-2013) 14 Monitoring Trainings (ongoing) 12 Marine Debris Stations 12 Tons of Marine Debris Re-purposed Regional and International Coordination Public Outreach/Education (ongoing) Extended Citizen Science Programs – NOAA Monitoring – COASST Monitoring – Rapid Response Project
Volunteer Monitoring Shoreline Monitoring 10 Sites in OR Site Selection Duration of monitoring
Cleanup Strategies: Rapid Response Surfrider Foundation Project supported by NOAA MDP (2014) 21 R.R. Cleanups Piloted OPRD Coordinator Volunteer Response Refining Protocols and Volunteer Base
Preventing Domestic Marine Debris Offshore Response and Communications Rapid and Emergency Response Smarter Cleanups, Engaged Volunteers Monitoring for Management – Volunteers and Beach Cleanups as Data Sources – Communicating Data – Visualization Tools, etc. – Safeguarding Special Places Ongoing and Emerging Issues
Emerging Issues: Lighthouse Beach Incident Jan. 11 – Feb. 15 o 12 Group Cleanup Events o Daily maintenance crews o Ongoing effort
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