SALMON populations in the Pacific northwest are likely to take a beating unless fishery managers adopt a fresh approach to the problem. A report brought out by a committee of the National

Ocean currents work magic when they help ships navigate from one place to the other or bring rain. However, together with the Horse latitudes, they also have created a new continent as big as Africa and still expanding, which may never support life because it is plain garbage, dubbed the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

A recent study conducted by the World Wide Fund for Nature International on birds in the Midway Islands proves that pollution too makes the world a small place. In other words, contamination patterns in one area brings within its fold cases of se