BP Drilling Disaster: Trajectory Map for July 30

NOAA’s official trajectory maps are showing decreasing amounts of oil in the Gulf of Mexico, but as the Times-Picayune’s Bob Marshall points out in a front page story today, “the Gulf might look cleaner on the surface right now, but there is probably hundreds of millions of gallons of BP’s oil in tiny, hard-to-see droplets below the surface.” And surface oil slicks will likely still be coming ashore for weeks. NOAA

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