Friday, April 22, 2011

FOREIGN NEWS REPORTS SHOW THE REAL DAMAGE! US Reporting is no more than ADS for TOURISM!

Is this what you call 'back to normal?': Day after scientists hail recovery of Gulf Coast, new pictures show the real damage
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1378679/BP-oil-spill-Day-scientists-hail-recovery-Gulf-Coast-pictures-real-damage.html


By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Last updated at 1:06 PM on 20th April 2011
These are the shocking images of the long term damage last year's BP oil spill has done to the Gulf coastline.
Coming a day after scientists said Gulf of Mexico surface water was 'almost back to normal', these shots paint a very different picture of how wild life and fauna in the affected zones have fared a year on from the Deep Water Horizon accident.
Only yesterday, more than three dozen scientists graded the Gulf's health a 68 on average, using a 1-to-100 scale. This is just below the 71 grade the same researchers last summer said they would give the ecosystem before the spill.
But despite the optimistic analysis for marine life, the shore line has suffered far more long lasting damage from the cloying oil.
Damage: Shots from May 2010 (left) and April 2011(right) Scientists said Cat island is significantly eroded, with much of the mangrove dead or dying because the island was completely overwashed by the oil
Damage: Shots from May 2010 (left) and April 2011(right) Scientists said Cat island is significantly eroded, with much of the mangrove dead or dying because the island was completely overwashed by the oil

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1378679/BP-oil-spill-Day-scientists-hail-recovery-Gulf-Coast-pictures-real-damage.html#ixzz1KGfIsRBF

1 comment:

Anita Stewart said...

Did not see anything mentioned about the 9 dispersants used which are even more toxic than the crude oil itself!

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