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Disaster in Gulf
July 9, 2014
Environmental Toxicology: Traces of dispersants applied in the Deepwater Horizon spill remain months later in deep-sea coral communities and years later on coastlines
By Deirdre Lockwood
June 3, 2013
Penalties from the Deepwater Horizon disaster may remedy decades of ecological damage
June 3, 2013
Components of the giant oil spill went different places with ecological consequences in the Gulf of Mexico
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June 3, 2013
Dispersants are a necessary tool for oil-spill response, the aquatic toxicologist says, and toxicity studies must be done with care
April 15, 2013
Chemical safety board has authority to investigate offshore accidents under federal court decision
February 13, 2013
Oil Spill Response: Persistence of Corexit 9500 at deep-sea and Arctic temperatures suggests more research is needed on the chemicals’ toxicity, researchers say
January 31, 2013
Detection: Methods don’t catch about half of total oil compounds in some water and sand samples
January 30, 2013
Oil Spills: Detection methods don’t catch oxidized molecules that could account for about half of total oil in some water and sand samples

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