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Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Capped: Here’s the So What.

By Samuel Raphael Franco | July 18, 2010 | One Comment

This week the Deepwater Horizon Response team successfully capped the leaking well with its team of Remote Operated Submarines. While it is still not certain that these caps will hold, or entirely end the disaster, it marked the first time since April 20th, that oil stopped leaking into the Gulf.

Deepwater Horizon: Grassroots Mapping & Spill Projections

By Samuel Raphael Franco | June 7, 2010 |

Since our last post on the Gulf Oil Slick, little progress has come, with the exception of a small containment dome & riser pipe to mitigate a minor percentage of the of the total flow.The addiction to oil has made this Gulf Spill, something of an inevitability. After all, a spill near this calibre happened

The Latest on the Gulf Oil Spill in Google Earth

By Samuel Raphael Franco | May 10, 2010 |

After last week’s dystopian projections on GeoCurrents, last Monday’s New York Times countered with unreasonably rosy projections. Good news sells papers. The article conveyed a sense of hope in its readers that the spill, was not as large as feared, and could be easily plugged as soon as this

Deepwater Horizon Oil Spillustrated in Google Earth

By Samuel Raphael Franco | May 3, 2010 |

The last few Geocurrentcasts have featured environmental disasters on a massive scale, and this week’s spill in the Gulf may top them all. If the fissure in the Ocean continues to spew anywhere near its current rate, and attempts to plug it have failed decidedly so far, the Deepwater Horizon spill is likely to become

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