“Great damage” done to humans by oil disaster says director of NOAA-administered program


Panelists explore questions of oil spill, Red and Black (University of Georgia), January 28, 2011:

Gulf-area officials and industry personnel expressed their worry about news stories dealing with the people who live in the Gulf area.

“My No. 1 concern is that the great damage done to the human side is going to be forgotten in the long term,” LaDon Swann, director of the Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, said.

1 comment to “Great damage” done to humans by oil disaster says director of NOAA-administered program

  • Jack

    Here you see more of the Horrible wastefulness of academic
    job-protection mealy-mouth dumbshits repeating vague
    generalities and outright Ignorance in the face of the REAL
    information which is available Here at FOSL, and at
    the Examiner, and Phoenixrisingfromthegulf.com
    These NOAA, and University useless Propaganda Professors
    are very comfortable with holding a Panel producing ZERO in
    useful information-sharing, ZERO progress, just a bunch of
    Paycheck-Collectors Kissing the Satanic Corporate ASS.

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