BP Oil Spill’s Sticky Remnants Wash Up Sporadically On Gulf Beaches

BP Oil Spill’s Sticky Remnants Wash Up Sporadically On Gulf Beaches

tarballs on beach
Extensive tarballs are visible in the foreground and surf zone in this image from Gulf Islands National Seashore, Flor., shot on July 1, 2010. Captions and Photo source: NOAA

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As they walk the sands of Orange Beach, Alabama, two scientists have no difficulty finding traces of the Deepwater Horizon disaster, in fact, the Auburn University researchers have a harder time making sure those traces don’t stick to their feet…

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