I am a marine biologist and have spent a considerable amount of time and effort cleaning marine debris from the ocean and coastal zones. I appreciate the design and concept created here and think that there is potential. BUT if you have ever observed trash in the ocean you will see that it is often home to tons of marine life including juvenile fish and invertebrates such as mussels. My question is would this contraption account for the marine life that lives amongst marine debris? And if yes then how? Also what if an endangered species such as a sea turtle is harvested with the trash- would there be some type of TED like is used on commercial shrimping vessels?
Despite his record-breaking season, he finished second to USC quarterback Matt Leinart in the Heisman Trophy voting.  Among other honors, he was a finalist for the Doak Walker Award ,  and the first Oklahoma freshman recognized as a First-Team Associated Press All-American .  Peterson contributed to a perfect regular season for the Oklahoma Sooners and participated in the 2005 BCS National Championship Game with a berth to the 2005 Orange Bowl against USC Trojans .  USC retooled their defense to stop Peterson and limited him to just 82 yards, as the Trojans defeated the Sooners by a score of 55–19. USC later vacated the win due to NCAA infractions. After the season, he had surgery on his left shoulder to strengthen the muscles around the joint.