“When you deploy these things, they create a sediment trap and really help the shorelines with erosion protection.”
Since the day oil first started hitting the Gulf Coast, the safety of Gulf seafood has been in question. Authorities say that fish, shrimp, crab and oysters from the region are safe for consumption but some still remain skeptical.
Since the start of the Gulf oil disaster, the emergence of oil into the marshes of Louisiana has been one of the most pressing environmental concerns. Currents and high tides …
With millions of gallons of oil & dispersants entering the Gulf during the summer, many question whether they could have played a role in the kills.