Scientists have found oil from the Deepwater Horizon blowout in fishes’ livers and on the deep ocean floor

Scientists have found oil from the Deepwater Horizon blowout in fishes’ livers and on the deep ocean floor


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Over the decade since the Deepwater Horizon spill, thousands of scientists have analyzed its impact on the Gulf of Mexico. The spill affected many different parts of the Gulf, from coastal marshes to the deep sea…

Read Full Article, The Conversation (04-13-2020)

The toxic reach of Deepwater Horizon’s oil spill was much larger — and deadlier — than previous estimates; The Washington Post (02-12-2020)
The spread of oil from the Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico was far worse than previously believed, new research has found…

Coalition Unveils Recommendations for Continued Recovery 10 Years After Gulf Oil Spill; EDF (03-11-2020)

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