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New York Times: On the Surface, Gulf Oil Spill Is Vanishing Fast; Concerns Stay

28. July 2010 Leave a comment

The oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico appears to be dissolving far more rapidly than anyone expected, a piece of good news that raises tricky new questions about how fast the government should scale back its response to the Deepwater Horizon disaster.[more…]

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Categories: Oil Desaster

Zeit Online: Keine Gefahr durch Gas-Blasen im Golf

20. July 2010 Leave a comment

Die Behörden sind zuversichtlich: Die Aussickerungen nahe des Bohrlochs ließen nicht auf erhöhten Druck in der Ölquelle schließen. Die Belastungstests würden fortgesetzt. [mehr…]

Categories: BP GULF, Oil Desaster

New York Times: BP Says Oil Flow Has Stopped as Cap Is Tested – BP sagt : Ölaustritt wurde gestoppt

16. July 2010 Leave a comment

NEW ORLEANS — BP said Thursday that it had capped its hemorrhaging well, at least temporarily, marking the first time in 86 days that oil was not gushing into the Gulf of Mexico. [more…]
Spiegel Online:BP bringt Ölleck erstmals zum Versiegen
NYTIMES: From a Gulf Oyster, a Domino Effect

Die ZEIT: BP stoppt vorerst den Ölfluss ins Meer

Categories: Oil Desaster

New York Times: Oil, the Loop Current and the Atlantic


Many have fretted that oil from the spill in the Gulf of Mexico could spread to the Florida Keys and then northward up the Atlantic. Now, the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colo. has come up with some computer modeling suggesting that the spill could extend along thousands of miles up the Atlantic coast as early as this summer. [more…]

DIE Welt: An Touristen-Stränden wächst die Sorge vor dem Öl

Categories: BP GULF, Oil Desaster

NASA – Oil Slick Spreads off Gulf Coast Apr 25, 2010 … NASA brings you images from the unique perspective of America’s space agency – Oelteppich vor der Golf Küste Amerikas

30. April 2010 Leave a comment
Categories: Oil Desaster