How To Put A Value On Oil Damaged Life In The Gulf

National Public Radio: STEVE INSKEEP, host: OK. It's been a year-and-a-half since the huge oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. On the surface, things look normal. But scientists suspect there's long-term damage that is invisible. The companies responsible for the spill will have to pay for that damage. Scientists now want to try a new approach to putting a value on the damaged fish, coral reefs and marshes in the Gulf. NPR's Christopher Joyce reports. CHRISTOPHER JOYCE: When Exxon settled up with Alaskans for the damage......

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