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Continued: Deepwater Gulf spill imperils future fish

  • Article by: DARRYL FEARS , Washington Post
  • Last update: April 5, 2014 - 9:58 PM

Environmental groups welcomed the study. “This study, and others like it, helps us to see what can’t be seen with the naked eye,” said Jacqueline Savitz, vice president at the nonprofit group Oceana.

“For a species like bluefin tuna, whose populations have crashed due to overfishing and are fighting to rebuild their former abundance,” she said, “BP’s oil was a shot to the heart.”

 

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