Hawaii - Tsunami Debris Heading Our Way
Amherst Association of Hawaii
The Hawaii Harvard Club invites you to join them for a
Brownbagger discussion on
Tsunami Debris Heading Our way
A stimulating, and a little frightening, discussion of the location, size and projected Hawaii arrival of the giant mass of debris from the catastrophic March earthquake and tsunami in Northern Japan.
Thursday, December 15, 2011
Noon - 1:30 p.m.
The Aina Room at Architects Hawaii, Ltd
Second floor of the American Savings Bank Tower
1001 Bishop Street
(The office tower is on the corner of King and Alakea Streets)
R.S.V.P. by email to Arkie Koehl, VP, Harvard Club of Hawaii
The speaker is Chris Woolaway. She serves as treasurer and public advisor for the Hawaii Ocean Safety Team, Inc. (HOST), a non-profit maritime, ocean user and ocean community organization which represents Hawaii on the National Harbor Safety Committee. HOST's focus is on safe and environmentally sound use of the ocean and coastal zone.
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