Oil buried beneath sand is OOZING UP with “changing temperatures” (AUDIO)


The Audubon survey [of the Louisiana shore] found oil in many places.

"In some cases it was buried beneath the sand and oozed upward in response to pressure or changing temperatures," the report said. "Tarballs peppered high-tide lines on some beaches."

The report said tarry material also sits on tidal flats and sends "a steady stream of oily materials to shore."

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