Tim Chitwood

July 26, 2010 4:07 PM

Deep-water trouble on the Gulf horizon

A University of Georgia biogeochemist who’s been studying the Gulf of Mexico since 1994 came to Columbus last week to say what scientists know about the long-term effect of the catastrophic BP oil spill.

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