Post Profile






Eyeless Shrimp and Deformed Crabs a Serious Problem 2 Years After Gulf Oil Spill

Two years ago today, the catastrophic blowout at BP’s Deepwater Horizon oil platform began to spill what would ultimately amount to 5 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, and now fisherman are concerned that the spill’s repercussions are showing up in seafood as genetic deformities and chemical damage. Fisherman in the area [...]
read more

share

Related Posts


US officials have allowed oil company to lie about ongoing Gulf of Mexico oil leak for 10 years: report

News : The Raw Story

Oil Spill Has Been Leaking Into Gulf for a Decade When Hurricane Ivan struck the Gulf of Mexico off of Louisiana in 2004, the force of the waves prompted a mudslide that toppled an offshore well platform owned by Taylor Energy. Sinc...

Oil Spill You've Never Heard of Has Been Leaking Into Gulf of Mexico for a Decade

News : Newsweek: US

When Hurricane Ivan struck the Gulf of Mexico off of Louisiana in 2004, the force of the waves prompted a mudslide that toppled an offshore well platform owned by Taylor Energy. Since then, more than 10 years ago, oil from the under...

Legacy Of BP Oil Spill: Eyeless Shrimp And Fish With Lesions

US Politics / Liberal : ThinkProgress: Justice

The Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded nearly two years ago to the day, beginning an oil spill that lasted three months and released some two hundred million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. BP may have declared their mission...

Deepwater Disaster: Five Years On

Lifestyle / Green Living : Huffington Post: Green Blog

Five years after the BP blowout that killed 11 workers and dumped millions of barrels of oil in the Gulf of Mexico, the Obama administration has proposed exposing Atlantic and Arctic waters to the risk of a similar disaster. Under a...

Impacts of Gulf oil spill on marine organisms on Gulf coast

Academics / General Science : Science Daily

Researchers have determined the impacts of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on marine organisms such as oysters, conch, shrimp, corals as well as marine plankton (microalgae or phytoplankton, rotifers or zooplankton), which provide t...

Comments



Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC