United States: Bye-bye bayou

Living on Earth: Two years after five million barrels of oil entered the Gulf of Mexico, the marshes off Louisiana's coast are feeling the blow. These wetlands are changing rapidly, but there may be hope in restoration efforts. Brian Silliman, a marine biologist at the University of Florida, tells host Bruce Gellerman that America's hardest working wetlands are going to have to work even harder to keep up with the oil spill. Transcript GELLERMAN: Even before the BP oil disaster, Louisiana's delicate marshlands......

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