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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 […]

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Gulf Oil Spill Rate Must Be Much Higher Than Stated – 6 Million Gallons So Far?

Based on SkyTruth’s latest satellite observations today of the size of the oil slick and published data on the thickness of floating oil at sea that produces a visible sheen (1 micron, or 0.000001 meters) we think the official estimate of the spill rate from the damaged well has been significantly too low. Immediately after […]