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Geologist says Florida panhandle beaches still affected by tar balls from Deepwater Horizon disaster05/09/12 Seán Kinane
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More than two years ago the Deepwater Horizon exploded, setting off the worst maritime oil accident in U.S. history. The petroleum industry as well as people in the seafood and tourism sectors would like you to believe the effects of the oil disaster are long gone. But our guest has found lingering evidence of oil and dispersant on the beaches of Florida’s Panhandle. In a manuscript published last month, Rip Kirby inc...8 comments
10/20/10 Kate Bradshaw
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Six months ago today, an oil rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, killing eleven workers. The deep water well may have been dead for three months, but the hundreds of millions of gallons of oil that spewed left a stain on the Gulf Coast’s environment as well as its economy. Entities involved in the cleanup touted their response efforts, but not without getting an earful from critics.
The annual Clean Gulf conference is in its twentieth year, but this is the first one since the Deepwater Hor...Be the first to comment