Gulf of Mexico cleans itself naturally from Deepwater Horizon blowout
Three years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, scientists gathered by the Gulf of Mexico are making a surprising claim: That the massive spill wasn't a long-term disaster at all.Read more
#1 Apr 8, 2013
"Everywhere the plume went, the die-off went," Hollander said.
In some areas where the die-off occurred, he said, the tiny creatures came back, but in others the bottom remains bare. Meanwhile, some of the burrowing kind are digging down into the contaminated sediment — and stirring it up all over again.
#2 Apr 21, 2013
Remember this ..
Firms 'own unburnable fossil fuels'...
... there is a danger of a carbon "bubble."
Add your comments below
|Halliburton pleads guilty to destroying Gulf sp... (Jul '13)||Mar 11||swedenforever||30|
|BP to Pay Record Criminal Penalty for Gulf Oil ... (Nov '12)||Feb '15||swedenforever||23|
|Halliburton Defends Its Cement Work, Blaming BP... (Sep '10)||Jan '15||swedenforever||17|
|EPA Proposal Strengthens Nation's Preparedness ...||Jan '15||Mike g Papa||3|
|The Revolutionary Water-Based Solution For Appl...||Jan '15||AQUAQUICK2000||1|
|Nigeria: Oil Spill - Impacted Communities Urge ...||Dec '14||ayuo deji femen...||1|
|Dauphin Island officials pitch $58 million beac...||Nov '14||I russell||1|
Find what you want!
Search Oil Spill Forum Now
Copyright © 2015 Topix LLC