To Fix Oil-Fouled Marshes, Some Say Do Nothing

National Public Radio: The sensitive salt marshes of Louisiana line the coast, protecting it from storm surges and providing habitat for numerous wildlife. Now those marshes are endangered by oil. The Coast Guard has laid hundreds of miles of protective boom, and even has workers carefully cleaning individual blades of grass. But some scientists say the best cure is to do, well, nothing. ...

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