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Oregon Marine Debris Team. Overview Volunteer Cleanups 2011-2014 Volunteer Monitoring Cleanup Strategies and Emergency Response Emerging Issues.

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1 Oregon Marine Debris Team

2 Overview Volunteer Cleanups Volunteer Monitoring Cleanup Strategies and Emergency Response Emerging Issues

3 Volunteer Cleanup Stats:

4 Volunteer Cleanup Stats:

5 Organizational Strategies

6 Volunteer Cleanup Stats: YEAR Lbs- Debris RemovedVolunteer # of Cleanups ,90011, ,6008, ,00011, ,80010, Grand Total of approx. 446,800 lbs of debris removed by volunteers

7 Other OMDT Accomplishments 27 Public Workshops ( ) 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

8 Volunteer Monitoring Shoreline Monitoring 10 Sites in OR Site Selection Duration of monitoring

9 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

10 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

11 Emerging Issues: Lighthouse Beach Incident Jan. 11 – Feb. 15 o 12 Group Cleanup Events o Daily maintenance crews o Ongoing effort

12 Questions?


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