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Excellent Website GeospatialTracking The Oil Spill Graphically and Interactive

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posted on Jul, 1 2010 @ 12:29 PM
Geosptial Assessment Tool for Operations and Response

You can even check the "satellite Image" checkbox in layer visibility.

Latest is they found quarter sized tarballs in Miramar Beach.

read this one:
July 1st, Leonard Acosta who is a supervisor for the cleanup crew took a shovel and scooped up sand in numerous places on the beach, a solid layer of tar was found about 8inches deep EVERYWHERE he shoveled!

These are very very up to date Priority recon and emergency recon reports.

Please play with the tool as much as you wish as there is more and more customizations available and share any info that you find please.

Also if any new priority or emergency recon reports that are worth knowing and has not being posted please post them.

What the hell to do about the solid layer of tar under the sand????

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 07:36 AM
So far the update is that there's tarballs everywhere and no cleanup crews.

It seems that a large portion of the surrounding area boderlining the gulf will be contaminated for decades to come

So many animals will die because of this

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 08:34 AM
A co-worker just got back from Miramar Beach Wednesday night. She said there were tarballs on the beach Tuesday & Wednesday and oil in the water. Her husband and daughter both got oil on their swimsuits that she hasn't been able to get out. Uggg... Wish they had stayed out of the water!

Her 9 year old daughter went crabbing Tuesday night on the beach. The 9 year old complained that the workers weren't doing anything! They would just shine their flashlights at tar balls and move them around... and eventually pick up about 3 a minute, which she thought was utterly rediculous.


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