Scientists Build Case for Undersea Plumes

New York Times: The ocean caught fire. As it blazed, a dense column of black smoke rose toward the sky. Oily water, the color of strong tea, slopped up the sides of boats. The breeze carried an acrid smell, like gasoline fumes. Aboard the research vessel F.G. Walton Smith, anxiety was growing. Five scientists and six students had come to study the oil leak and its effect on the sea. They brought flasks and gloves, refrigerators and freezers, tiny tools and huge cylinders of ......

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