Issue Date: September 20, 2010
Aftermath Of Disaster
Ecosystems in and around the Gulf of Mexico were hard-hit by the Deepwater Horizon explosion that spewed millions of gallons of oil into the water for 87 days from April to July. Now, the Gulf’s environment is beginning to recover, according to researchers speaking at the American Chemical Society national meeting in Boston last month.
At a jointly sponsored symposium on the Gulf gusher, scientists shared results that were mainly, but not completely, . . .
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