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BP / Gulf Oil Spill – Slick Getting Bigger?

The COSMO-SkyMed radar image taken yesterday is somewhat ominous – it shows nearly all of the slick from the ongoing Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and at 4,922 square miles (12,748 km2) it’s significantly larger than it appeared on May 13: COSMO-SkyMed radar satellite image, May 14, 2010. Image courtesy CSTARS. And we think we’ve discovered […]

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BP / Gulf Oil Spill – MODIS Satellite Image – May 10, 2010

Yesterday’s MODIS/Terra satellite image has some of the usual complications – clouds, haze, and turbidity again may be obscuring portions of the slick. Observable slick and sheen covers 4,683 square miles (12,129 km2). Thicker, fresh-looking oil is apparent in the vicinity of the leaking well, and still appears to be entrained in a counterclockwise gyre […]

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Gulf Oil Spill – May 7, 2010

Here’s a look at some of the limitations of the NASA / MODIS satellite imagery. Today’s Aqua image, like those of the past few days, has suffered from problems that make it impossible to map the full extent of the slick: clouds, haze, nearshore turbidity, and plumes of sediment issuing from the Mississippi River outlet […]