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The Japanese tsunami is giving marine biologists a unique opportunity to study invasive species.  John Chapman, at the Hatfield Marine Science Center, says they'll travel to Japan to catalog some of the species that were sent on debris into the pacific and toward the west coast.  It can take a new species years to grow, so the effect on other species might not be known for a long time.

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