Oil Spill Gulf of Mexico 2010 | Submit your complaints and let your voice be heard!

BP Complaints

USF’s College of Marine Science awarded $11 million to study Gulf oil spill – Tampabay.com 0

Posted on August 30, 2011 by bp complaints


USF's College of Marine Science awarded million to study Gulf oil spill
PETERSBURG — A research consortium led by the University of South Florida's college of Marine Science was awarded an million grant to study the impacts of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill. The group is one of eight to receive research money to
2.5 Million Awarded to Research Consortia Studying Effects of Deepwater MarketWatch (press release)
GRI funds added GoM oil spill research consortiaOffshore Oil and Gas Magazine
2.5M awarded for Gulf oil spill researchOrlando Business Journal
Juice (blog) –NOLA.com –World Socialist Web Site
all 223 news articles »

deepwater horizon – Google News

USF’s R/V Bellows Departs for Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill 5-19-10 0

Posted on July 07, 2010 by bp complaints

Video and Editing by Jim Webb www.thewebbworks.com R/V Bellows Sets Sail for Loop Current By Vickie Chachere ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (May 19, 2010) As scientific models show oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill entering the Gulf of Mexicos Loop Current, USF’s R/V Bellows and a team of scientists began a five-day voyage to the Loop Current Wednesday to investigate the extent of oil spreading south through the gulf. The Bellows is the second USF ship involved in the oil spill response. The R/V Weatherbird returned Monday, May 17 from a 12-day mission to gather marine life samples in the gulf and in the spill zone. The Weatherbird II is expected to sail again for the Loop Current later this week to rendezvous with the Bellows. The Bellows voyage will involve collecting water samples from the Loop Current and determine if oil below the gulfs surface is present in the fast-moving current that runs the length of the state of Florida. Scientists will use high-tech underwater sensors to explore in depths that cannot be examined by satellite images. Scientists will also look for tar balls and deploy as many as six drifters to estimate eastward movement of the oil in the Loop Current. The gulf Loop Current is about 80 to 100 miles from Floridas west coast. USF PhD students Peter Simard, who studies whales and dolphins, and Brian Barnes, an optical oceanographer who studies the coral reefs near the Florida Keys, are representing the College of Marine Science on the venture. Simard said
Video Rating: 5 / 5

CLICK HERE! LISTEN LIVE! Streaming ONLINE “Freedom Fridays” with Carl Gallups 1330 WEBY AM – Northwest Florida’s Talk Radio – HOME WEBSITE www.hickoryhammockbaptist.org PASTOR GALLUPS LIVE TONIGHT JULY 2 www.wmca.com CLICK HERE! EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH PASTOR CARL GALLUPS! http BILL KOENIG’s BOOK outlining other disasters connected to “Dividing Israel” secure.watch.org Dr. Mark McEntire, professor, ethicsdaily.com REBUTTAL OF FALSE CLAIMS – www.cgm.110mb.com

↑ Top