"CWMDS" where Google Maps knows where the military chemical weapons were dumped to the sea

In 2013The accusation that the US military dumped chemical weapons off OkinawaAs it is clear also, chemical weapons manufactured during the war have been dumped in the oceans around the world. I mark the locations of such chemical weapons sleeping in the ocean around the world on Google Maps and display them with more detailed information is "Chemical Weapon Munitions Dumped at Sea (CWMDS)"is.

Chemical Weapon Munitions Dumped at Sea

Chemical Weapon Munitions Dumped at Sea: An Interactive Map | CNS Feature Stories | James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS)

This is Chemical Weapon Munitions Dumped at Sea (CWMDS). The "skull mark" on the Google map shows where the chemical weapons were dumped off the ocean.

You can see that many military chemical weapons were dumped in the ocean around Europe.

For example, clicking on the sky mark in the UK / North Sea ... ....

In this way, information on chemical weapons discarded is displayed.

Apparently it seems to have been dumped by American "James W.Nesmith" issue in 1946. Clicking the URL link of the information source under the explanation ... ...

Uboat.net's "James W. NesmithThe page about "is opened. James W. Nesmith sank in the North Sea in June 1946. The loaded chemical weapons were dumped off the ocean.

Suddenly, looking at the Eurasian continent, I notice that there are few skull marks in the sea around Russia and China. It is known that the Soviet Union, together with the United States, Britain, Germany, France, etc. in the 20th century, produced massive amounts of military chemical weapons, but due to lack of information on the Soviet Union, it has not appeared on the CWMDS map. In addition, it is estimated that the amount of ocean outflow of chemical weapons by the Soviet Union is around 40% to 50% of the world's total.

It is like this near Japan. It seems that there are more chemical weapons asleep in the sea around Japan than I imagined.

A skull mark on the coast of Chiba Prefecture. When I click it ......

Information on chemical weapons suspected of involvement of the former Japanese army came out like this. Since information sources such as papers and literature are described, CWMDS seems to be of great help to study more detailed contents deeper.

CWMDS is offered only in non-government organizations based in the USCNSis. Providing information and analysis on weapons as appropriate to halt the proliferation of nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction is a CNS policy and expects that information on chemical weapons abandoned in the ocean will be gathered by CWMDS It is.

in Web Service, Posted by darkhorse_log