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Shoot: MY Arctic Sunrise Gulf Oil Expedition

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A Greenpeace crew with several teams of independent scientists are on-board the Arctic Sunrise in the Gulf of Mexico for three months, to conduct a series of scientific research programs that will further understanding of the impacts of both oil and chemical dispersants on the Gulf ecosystem. A BP leased drilling platform exploded April 20, 2010, killing 11 workers and causing a leak of millions of barrels of oil from a wellhead one mile deep 50 miles off the coast of Louisiana. Finally capped in August, the leak was treated with a million gallons of Corexit, a toxic dispersant.
Adam Walters Soundbite
1 Sep, 2010
Adam Walters Soundbite
Arctic Sunrise at Dock
12 Aug, 2010
Arctic Sunrise at Dock
Arctic Sunrise Crew and Departure
12 Aug, 2010
Arctic Sunrise Crew and Departure
BP Oil Spill Disaster Site in the Gulf of Mexico
27 Aug, 2010
BP Oil Spill Disaster Site in the Gulf of Mexico
Dr. Erin Grey Soundbite
1 Sep, 2010
Dr. Erin Grey Soundbite
Hydrophone Listening for Marine Mammals 1
21 Aug, 2010
Hydrophone Listening for Marine Mammals 1
Hydrophone Listening for Marine Mammals
21 Aug, 2010
Hydrophone Listening for Marine Mammals
Impacts on Sponges and Reefs
17 Aug, 2010
Impacts on Sponges and Reefs
Mexico Reef Research
16 Nov, 2010
Mexico Reef Research
MY Arctic Sunrise in the Gulf of Mexico
27 Aug, 2010
MY Arctic Sunrise in the Gulf of Mexico
Oil Infrastructure in the Gulf
27 Aug, 2010
Oil Infrastructure in the Gulf
Plankton Nets Readied and Released for Sampling Tows
23 Aug, 2010
Plankton Nets Readied and Released for Sampling Tows
Plankton Samples Sifted
23 Aug, 2010
Plankton Samples Sifted
Sue Rocca Soundbite
1 Sep, 2010
Sue Rocca Soundbite
Tar Balls on Horn Island Beach
8 Sep, 2010
Tar Balls on Horn Island Beach
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