Call for plastic investigation of IOM seas

Eam son ronsaght er plastagh ayns mooiraghyn Vannin

Aghin lurg cheet back veih Ynnyd Mooar Trustyr y Cheayn Sheealtagh

Ta feme ain er ronsaghey plastagh sollaghey ushtaghyn yn Ellan.

Shen rere Skeeandagh Marrey Vannin Rowan Henthorn, ta goaill ayrn ayns coloayrtyssyn dy ghoaill ayns laue lheid y halee.

Ta'n Inney Henthorn er jeet back er y gherrid veih turrys 20 laa veih Hawaii gys Vancouver - glenney plastagh veih Ynnyd Mooar Trustyr y Cheayn Sheealtagh. 

As t'ee gra dy lhisagh ushtaghyn yn Ellan goll er ronsaghey.

AS ROWAN HENTHORN : Veagh symoil eh fakin y cosoylaght jeh ny ta shin geddyn er ny traieyn, er-yn-oyr dy vel fys aym dy vel Caarjyn y Traie er n'ghoaill toshiaght er recortey ny t'ad chaglym, as s'lickly eh dy vel caghlaa ayn rish ny ta floadey mooie 'syn aarkey as ny t'ayns drundinyn marrey.

 

Plea after return from Great Pacific Garbage patch.

We need to investigate the plastic pollution of Island waters.

That's according to Manx Marine Scientist Rowan Henthorn, who's in talks to undertake such a project.

Miss Henthorn has recently returned from a 20-day trip from Hawaii to Vancouver - clearing plastic from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

And she says the Island's waters should be explored.
 

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