"MOST" of the dispersant used by BP in the Gulf is "still below the surface" says plume researcher


USF research included in TV special on Gulf spill, Tampa Tribune, September 27, 2010:

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Most of the oil and dispersant are still below the surface and have the potential to cause long-term damage the eco-system, according to University of South Florida researcher John Paul who is included in a documentary debuting Tuesday night in the National Geographic Channel.

"Explorer: Can the Gulf Survive?" at 10 p.m. recounts the explosion on British Petroleum-owned oil platform and the events that followed including efforts by scientists to track the oil flow and study its effect on the environment.

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