Large Marine Debris Report: Anacortes, WA - MyCoast Large Marine Debris Report: Anacortes, WA - MyCoast

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Anacortes, WA

"TIME SENSITIVE: 7.24.21 Derelict HYDROPHONE (appears to be functioning)  came in Monday 7.19.21, I contacted UW Labs at Friday Harbor, The Whale Museum at Friday Harbor & NW Straits Foundation….no one claimed the instrument.   Instrument very heavy, has not moved more than 4’ & remains high on beach on Friday, July 24, 2021. KELLY’s POINT LAND TRUST PRESERVE is the only PUBLIC ACCESS BEACH on GUEMES ISLAND & entertains in the Summer up to 75 people daily. People are curious, this Debris may have electronics inside & should be Safely Removed from the Beach."

This debris has been removed

Type: Other

Type description: HYDROPHONE

Construction material: Unspecified

Number of tires: 0

Debris source: Smith, Darla on 7.19.21 high tide wrack line

Ownership: Kelly’s Point Land Trust, GUEMES ISLAND, WA

07/24/2021 | 5:26 am

Tidal Overview

1 hours 38 minutes after high tide

Data from Anacortes, Guemes Channel (1.4 miles away)

High Tide (Predicted): 3:48 am, 8'

Observed Predicted water level Report time

Weather Overview

Wind Speed: 2.7 MPH

Wind Direction: SE (146°)

Temperature: 55℉

Rainfall (Calendar Day): 0"

Rainfall (Past 24 Hours): 0"

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