Charles J. Moore is an oceanographer and racing boat captain known for articles
that recently brought attention to the 'Great Pacific Garbage Patch', an area of ...
Count on Captain Charles Moore to tell it like it is. The “blue water” sailor
discovered in 1997, while returning home from Hawaii that the North Pacific
Ocean was ...
In 1997, Charles Moore — surfer, scientific researcher, and sea captain — was
the first to cross upon an enormous stretch of floating plastic debris now called ...
The Opinion Pages | Op-Ed Contributor. Choking the Oceans With Plastic. By
CHARLES J. MOORE AUG. 25, 2014. Continue reading the main story Share
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Mar 25, 2015 ... New York, CHARLES J. MOORE, a/k/a “Chuck,” the defendant, in a matter within
the jurisdiction of the executive branch of the. Government of ...
Capt. Charles Moore of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation first discovered
the Great Pacific Garbage Patch -- an endless floating waste of plastic trash.
May 16, 2014 ... Sergeant Charles J. Moore comes from a long line of patriots who have served
our great nation. In November 1962, at the age of 17, Charles ...
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Mar 25, 2010 ... Charles J. Moore is famous for discovering an enormous stretch of floating debris
, 'Great Pacific Garbage Patch' in the midst of Pacific Ocean.
Aug 26, 2014 ... In a recent New York Times Op-Ed piece, Captain Charles J. Moore writes about
his most recent voyage to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.