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  •  Linking to Rubyr's pro publica article also (11+ / 0-)

    brought up this---from Monday:

    Response to the spill isn’t over yet, either. According to the Financial Times, 25,000 people are still working on spill response, down from the 47,000 working at peak levels in June. About 40,000 square miles of the Gulf remain closed to fishing, according to the Times. (That’s about half of what was closed at the spill’s peak.)

    While some preliminary research has been conducted, much remains to done. The St. Petersburg Times reported that the Florida Institute of Oceanography, a consortium of several universities, is starting on $10 million worth of studies on the environmental impact of the oil spill.

    This is all good...

    I can take a loaded rifle into a National Park. No problem. But I can't dig in the sand. --Fishgrease

    by Phil S 33 on Thu Sep 23, 2010 at 02:18:30 PM PDT

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