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Response Efforts, Port Fourchon

Posted on May 20, 2010 by bp complaints

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Response Efforts, Port Fourchon
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Graphic showing the proposed shoreline boom locations.
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Image by uscgd8

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  1. jamesweliver says:

    Excellent graphics. Are there any public resources for the GIS data?

  2. NikkoA1612 says:

    Will the beaches in Alabama be affected. If so, for how long?

  3. Infrogmation says:

    NikkoA1612: See adjacent image:


    The beaches of Alabama are in the "uncertainty" area for current short term projections. The next few days should show where it’s going to come ashore. How long is dependant on how long the leak will continue, unknown at present.

  4. SiestaJ says:

    I live on a barrier island on the west coast of FL. I – sadly – believe that we all need to get ready to protect the coast where we live. Obviously there is not enough shoreline boom (even if it is deployed in time and it works) available to protect the entire Florida coast.
    Coastline – 1,197 Statute Miles
    Tidal Shoreline – 2,276 Statute Miles
    Beaches – 663 Miles
    Ever heard of the Gulf Stream? This disaster will continue to spiral out of control, and it will be hard to predict due to weather. And since the ones who caused this (BP who’s only in it for the money AND the Federal/State governments for letting them drill without safety features required by other countries) are the ones in charge!

    The only effort to mobilize individuals I’ve found is:

    I think any of us who love the gulf and want to save it had better start planning for the worst now. Hopefully it will be contained, but based on the Exxon disaster – 18 yrs later – I wouldn’t count on it.

  5. David C. Foster says:

    Fantastic photo and we love to have it and any other photo that fits the scope of our group in: U.S. Politics and the World; Political Debate & Discussion Blog http://www.flickr.com/groups/worldpolitics/



  6. MarilynWelch says:

    Thank you for the graph.
    I feel like I am in mourning over this and I live so far away in Victoria BC Canada.

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