Gulf Oil Plumes Still a Threat?

National Geographic: Several weeks after the BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill, researchers familiar with the Gulf revealed that their research team had detected a large plume made up of oil droplets and it was located more than 3000 feet under the water’s surface. One of those researchers is University of Georgia marine scientist Samantha Joye. The oil plume data collected by Joye and the other researchers working with her initially received a cool reception from officials in NOAA. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric......

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