Oil Spill’s Impact on Gulf Seafood Remains Uncertain

New York Times: THE oil from the broken well 40 miles off the Louisiana coast keeps getting closer to the plate. Researchers at the University of Southern Mississippi earlier this month found oil droplets in the tiny blue crabs that feed much of the larger sea life in the coastal gulf waters. And in what might be worse news, at least psychologically, oil from the spill has started to creep into Lake Pontchartrain, the sacred seafood pantry of New Orleans. The lake, on the northern edge of New ......

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