Gulf’s Dolphins: “Man Needs To Make Right Their Waters”

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*+-Georgianne Nienaber: Scientists suggest that it will be many years before we know the full extent of the disaster, and are wary of reporters since the media ends up misquoting them or distorting the facts. It is not so much media bias as it is lack of scientific training on the part of journalists and bloggers.

Macondo Wellhead Flyover: Damage Control at The Source

Schumaker on Mission Credit: onwingsofcare.org

*+-Georgianne Nienaber: New Orleans film producer Bess Carrick wanted to see what the Gulf of Mexico looked like in the 48 miles between the tip of the Mississippi Delta and the blown Macondo wellhead for a series she is producing called The Barataria Chronicles.

Fishing and Breathing BP’s Oil: What’s “Safe?”

West Side of Pier-Wide Shot Copyright June 7, 2010 Nick Zantop

*+-Georgianne Nienaber: o one knows for certain what are “safe” levels of dispersants, oil, and VOCs in the air and water. There was no baseline to begin with, agencies are overlapping or not doing their jobs, and there are still 80 days worth of oil and dispersants in the Gulf to contend with.