Louisiana Bayoukeeper's Updates
On Sunday March 20, 2011, after reports of oil washing up on the Louisiana coastline, Louisiana Bayoukeeper Tracy Kunhs and Mike Roberts went out to see for themselves what was happening in the Gulf of Mexico. Here are some photos of what they saw, mostly foam that looked similar to dispersant.
2-15-11 H2o Testing (Mobile Bay)
Low-Tide - Low Oxygen? Has anyone seen anything like this before from low oxygen in September? Oil/dispersant showed up right before the fish kill, but no relationship? Whose doing the research? If we allow them to leave all this oil/dispersant behind on the waterbottoms, we could continue to have "low-tide - low oxygen fisheries kills" and cause even more damage.
Oil bubbled up in many areas of the Barataria Basin this past weekend.
Thought you might be interested in this:
The Center for Public Integrity
Fishermen and others across the Gulf continue to report oil, dispersant spraying and oiled seafood to government agencies with little or no response. This report is a must see. Dispersed oil bubbled up off the bottom in nearshore and inland waters this past weekend across the Gulf Coast and inland waters. Photos and video have been taken and distributed across the internet. Why does the Coast Guard, State and Federal Agency folks all continue to say the oil is gone Lets go fishing! Lets go swimming! Lets go back to work! Do t
Dear Louisiana Bayoukeeper:
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