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2014

       
Oct DISL scientist studies Cuban pollution DISL Skimmer Dauphin Island, AL
       
Aug Planning the future with an eye to the past - Grand Bay stakeholders and scientists collaborate to address historical and present-day water quality concerns DISL Skimmer Dauphin Island, AL
       

2013

     
       
Feb 11 Studies indicate that oyster tissue and shell were similar in pre- and post- oil spill conditions Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative Web
       

2012

     
       
Dec 7 "Gulf of Mexico oysters consumed little, if any, oil from BP spill, study says" The Times-Picayune
New Orleans, LA
       
Dec 4 After the Spill: Oysters and Oil Consumption Press Register Web
Nov 15 "Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill’s Oyster Aftermath"  Chemical and Engineering News Web
       
July 20 "Orlando. Study Shows Limit on Oyster Filtering." GPB News Web
       
July 15 "Oysters Can Handle Some, but Not All Pollution We Dump into the Nation's Estuaries." Press Register Mobie, AL
       
  "Study Shows Limit on How Much Oysters Can Clean up." Alabama’s 13 Birmingham, AL
       
  "Study shows limit on how much oysters can clean up" Washington Examiner Washington D.C.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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