Scientists lower Gulf health grade

Scientists lower Gulf health grade

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Thick oil pools in the waters along Louisiana’s coast, near Pass a Loutre. Photo source: ©© Louisiana GOHSEP

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Six months after the rig explosion that led to the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history, damage to the Gulf of Mexico can be measured more in increments than extinctions, say scientists polled by The Associated Press…

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