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  • 2020年05月19日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912267

  • 2020年05月19日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912295

  • 2020年05月20日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912306

  • 2020年05月20日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912222

  • 2020年05月20日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members remove fishing nets and trash from the ocean. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912264

  • 2020年05月20日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Tash pulled from the ocean sit on the ships deck. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912127

  • 2020年05月22日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Old fishing net in the ocean near the boat. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912296

  • 2020年05月22日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members remove fishing nets and trash from the ocean. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912110

  • 2020年05月22日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members in a zodiac prepare to remove fishing nets and trash from the ocean. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912290

  • 2020年05月22日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members in a zodiac prepare to remove fishing nets and trash from the ocean. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912251

  • 2020年05月22日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Fishing nets and trash pulled from the ocean sit on the ships deck. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912130

  • 2020年05月23日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912299

  • 2020年05月23日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912223

  • 2020年05月26日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: A huge ball of old nets in the ocean. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912230

  • 2020年05月26日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: A huge ball of old nets in the ocean near the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912098

  • 2020年05月26日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912298

  • 2020年05月26日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Trash pulled from the ocean sits on the deck of the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912189

  • 2020年05月26日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Trash pulled from the ocean sits on the deck of the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912269

  • 2020年05月26日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Fishing nets and trash pulled from the ocean sit on the ships deck. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912134

  • 2020年05月26日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912199

  • 2020年05月26日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912203

  • 2020年05月26日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Sea turtle remains after it died trapped in the old nets. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912160

  • 2020年05月26日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members remove fishing nets and trash from the ocean. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912164

  • 2020年05月26日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912216

  • 2020年05月26日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912209

  • 2020年05月27日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members remove fishing nets and trash from the ocean. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070109962

  • 2020年05月27日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912172

  • 2020年05月27日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Trash pulled from the ocean sits on the deck of the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912214

  • 2020年05月27日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Bags of trash pulled from the ocean sit on the ships deck. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912266

  • 2020年05月27日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912234

  • 2020年05月27日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Trash pulled from the ocean sits in the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070109978

  • 2020年06月05日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912104

  • 2020年06月07日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: A dead tuna fish in huge ball of old nets in the ocean. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912099

  • 2020年06月07日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Old fishing net in the ocean near the boat. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070109928

  • 2020年06月07日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: A dead tuna fish in huge ball of old nets in the ocean. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070109917

  • 2020年06月07日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Dead tuna fish in huge ball of old nets in the ocean. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912170

  • 2020年06月08日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members remove fishing nets and trash from the ocean. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912226

  • 2020年06月08日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members remove fishing nets and trash from the ocean. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912268

  • 2020年06月08日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members remove fishing nets and trash from the ocean. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912302

  • 2020年06月08日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912202

  • 2020年06月09日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912265

  • 2020年06月10日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912213

  • 2020年06月10日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912232

  • 2020年06月10日
    Great Pacific Garbage Patch Clean Up

    May 22, 2020, North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, Pacific Ocean: Crew members work to place the trash pulled from the ocean into the hold on the ship. Ocean Voyages Institute‘s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, after a 48-day expedition, successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone, more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre. Ocean Voyages Institute has set a new record with the largest at sea clean-up in the Gyre ever done, and more than doubled its own record-setting results from last year. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Also known as the Pacific trash vortex, the garbage patch is actually two distinct collections of debris bounded by the massive North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. (Credit Image: © Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Ocean Voyages Institute/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062912307

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