Monday, July 26, 2010

BP Gulf Oil Spill Seeps Mapped In Google Earth - Feds Explanation Of Sea Floor Leaks Don't Add Up

Oil and or natural gas leaks (red and yellow columns) mapped by Thomas Jefferson, and by Gordon Gunter (purple cylinders) along with CTD stations showing high fluorescence or possible oil and gas anomalies (brown, green and white spheres). The Deepwater Horizon well site is in background (
ed cylinder) and distribution of Bottom Following Reflectors is represented by orange lines.

NOAA has said that the leaks on the sea floor graphed in the 3D model above “appear to be pre-existing seeps that occur naturally and are unrelated to the spill” and have labeled leaks as such in the Thomas Jefferson report.

But how NOAA came to determination the determination that these leaks on the sea floor are natural seeps needs to be questioned.

While the NOAA data collected by the Thomas Jefferson and The Gordon Gunter revealed a series of oil and and or natural gas leaks and was nicely presented in the 3D Model above it did very little to shed any light of where exactly the leaks were located or even how far from the BP well the leaks were.

Fast forward to today and NOAA has finally released research verifying the existence of underwater plumes of oil in the Joint Analysis Group (JAG) study of “Subsurface Oil In the Vicinity” of BP’s leaking well from May 19 to June 19, 2010.

That study contained a series of images marked with latitude and longitude as well as an over head view of the surface of the sea floor.

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BP Gulf Oil Spill Seeps Mapped In Google Earth - Feds Explanation Of Sea Floor Leaks Don't Add Up

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