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Government team completes debris survey

This photo taken June 18, 2012 and provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows a black buoy at a beach on the south side of Noyes Island, east of Cape Addington where scientists have found it and others on a recent survey of southeast Alaska shorelines. A five-member team for NOAA recently returned from a trip surveying southeast Alaska beaches for debris from last year's deadly tsunami in Japan. (AP Photo/NOAA, Jacek Maselko)  Jacek Maselko
Jacek Maselko
This photo taken June 18, 2012 and provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows a black buoy at a beach on the south side of Noyes Island, east of Cape Addington where scientists have found it and others on a recent survey of southeast Alaska shorelines. A five-member team for NOAA recently returned from a trip surveying southeast Alaska beaches for debris from last year's deadly tsunami in Japan. (AP Photo/NOAA, Jacek Maselko)