Stop The Spill


San Bernardino, United States

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The deep water of the ocean is the largest habitat on earth but it’s also the least understood, making the effects of this deep-sea spill without precedent.

The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico falls into a distinct category from any other oil catastrophe; it’s the first blowout in history to release oil in such deep waters, nearly a mile below the surface.

As a result, scientists say, the impacts of this spill are likely to go far beyond the oiled birds and dead sea turtles, spoiled beaches and wetlands that we think of when we think “oil spill.” A substantial piece of the total impact is likely occurring under the sea, invisible (for now at least) but no less ominous than the more traditional shoreline effects. Far below the sea, the spill threatens organisms of all kinds and, indirectly, the ecosystem at large, though the extent of the danger is still obscured.

Just a short piece of an article in Newsweek titled “The Great Unknowns in Gulf Oil Spill” written
by Ian Yarett May 24, 2010.

The thing I don’t understand is that we can go to the moon but we can’t stop an oil spill!

A compsite of several images from my own collection.

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