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Damages on environment

08-18-2010 16:37 BJT

Nearly 5-million barrels of oil leaked into the Gulf over the past three months causing significant environmental and economic damage.

 

Tar balls wash up along Louisiana shore

Gooey, rust-colored globules have been found washed up on a stretch of beach at Port Fourchon, in Louisiana.<Full story>

 

 

 

Oil slick inches closer to Biloxi

The oil slick from a deadly offshore rig explosion, is creeping eastward, across the Gulf of Mexico, threatening the coasts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.<Full story>

 

 

Oil patches close Mississippi beaches

Beaches in Biloxi, Mississippi are now closed after oily sludge and tar patties washed up on shore.<Full story>

 

 

 


Tar balls found on Alabama beach

Beachgoers found sticky balls of tar in the surf on an Alabama beach.<Full story>

 

 

 



Oil slick spreads to Florida beaches

Since the explosion on BP's Deep Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, between 22 million and 47 million gallons of oil has spewed into the sea.<Full story>

 

 

 

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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