Gulf oil slick breaks up rapidly and begins to slip below waves

Guardian: Images from the Gulf of Mexico suggest a once vast expanse of oil is breaking up so rapidly it may soon be invisible to satellite photography. But scientists warned today that underwater plumes of oil could linger for a year or even decades. One hundred days after the explosion aboard the Deepwater Horizon, the US moved into a new phase in its response to the country's worst environmental disaster today. John Amos, president of SkyTruth, an environmental satellite organisation, ......

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