Scientists Tussle Over Gulf Oil Tally

NYT: When the Obama administration released scientific findings early this month estimating that roughly three-quarters of the oil from the BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico had been captured, burned, dispersed, evaporated, degraded or dissolved in the water, a number of independent scientists cried foul, describing the report as premature and suggesting that it was portraying the ecological impact of the spill in an unduly rosy light. Now, a team of Georgia researchers has codified that ......

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