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We spent twenty-four hours on a Greenpeace boat in the Gulf of Mexico looking for oil and dispersant among marine life. On the six-month anniversary of the leak, we report back
Fish that were exposed to oil when they were young will be unlikely to survive to reproduce.
Advanced ocean science tech helps researchers study the spill
Facts aren't political
The massive plume scientists announced last week might already be gone
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Scientists have yet to agree on the scope of the disaster
Research suggests the use of chemical dispersants hinders oceanic microbes responsible for natural cleanup
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A new study discovered illness and birth defects among Gulf Coast fish nearly 16 months after the BP explosion.
So an industrial accident has blanketed your countryside in millions of cubic feet of caustic sludge. Now what?
Just discovered: Glowing fungus, ship-eating bacteria, toughest-silk spider and terrible toothed leech
To help understand, consider your kitchen sink
Harness marine life to save marine life