Penn State researchers recently found two partially dead deep sea coral reefs 22 kilometers east of the site of the 2010 Gulf Oil Spill. Before these findings, biologists only knew of one reef that was damaged by the oil spill.
By Xander Landen
Former manager of Halliburton Anthony Badalamenti pleaded guilty Tuesday to destroying evidence linked to 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill. He faces a maximum sentence of one year in jail.
Halliburton manager was charged with destroying evidence after BP's Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
In the weeks after the magnitude of the Gulf oil spill became ever larger and clearer, most of the attention was focused on the growing environmental impact. But many people soon began asking another question: Would the disaster change…
One Year On, Photographer Captures the Lingering Impact of the Gulf Oil Spill…
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