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As Oil Spreads, Cornell-Audubon Citizen Network Tracks Birds

As oil continues to gush into the ocean from the Deepwater Horizon well, Gulf Coast bird watchers are taking action by surveying beaches and marshes for birds. By entering their counts at www.ebird.org, they are helping scientists track hundreds of species that could be affected as the oil spreads toward land.

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Cornell Experts Ready to Help Media with Gulf Oil Spill Coverage

As a world-class research institution and New York’s Land Grant university, Cornell University has a broad range of faculty members with expertise relevant to the ongoing oil spill in the Gulf. These experts are up-to-date on the issue and ready to talk with the media.

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Cornell Experts Ready to Help Media with Gulf Oil Spill Coverage

As a world-class research institution and New York’s Land Grant university, Cornell University has a broad range of faculty members with expertise relevant to the ongoing oil spill in the Gulf. These experts are up-to-date on the issue and ready to talk with the media.

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Researchers on NOAA Mission Alter Course to Collect Sediment and Water Samples Near Deepwater Horizon Spill

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Scientists and technicians from the National Institute for Undersea Science and Technology have begun collecting seafloor and water column data from areas near the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico as part of a repurposed National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration-sponsored mission.

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Texas A&M Experts On Oil Spills

As the Gulf Coast oil spill continues to be a major problem, we have expanded our list of faculty and staff who can speak authoritatively on various aspects, including assessments of ocean currents that could be key factors in determining what land areas will be most affected by the spill. The updated list follows and will be posted — and perhaps periodically updated — in the “hot topics” section of our news page at tamunews.tamu.edu.

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Gulf Coast, Real Estate Market, Shellfish Contaminants, British Petroleum, Oil And Gas Exploration

UAB Experts Available for Comment on Impact of Gulf Coast Oil Spill

UAB experts offer comment on how the oil spill could effect tourism and retail, real estate values and shellfish communities along the Gulf coast.

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Southeastern Experts Available to Discuss Impacts of BP Oil Spill

Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond has several faculty members who can serve as experts for reporting purposes on the various environmental, biological, economic and social impacts of the British Petroleum oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Effects of Oil Spills on Environment - Expert Available

Dr. Richard E. Dodge is Dean of and Professor at the Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center. He is Executive Director of the Center's National Coral Reef Institute (NCRI). He received the B.A. degree from Univ. of Maine in 1969, and the M.Phil. and Ph.D. from Yale University in 1973 and 1978. He has served as Editor of the international scientific journal Coral Reefs and now serves on the editorial Board. He was the Chair of the Local Organizing Committee of the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium 2008.

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Oil Spill Means Crisis for Wetlands

The environmental and economic impacts of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico will likely be devastating, says Dr. Julia Cherry, assistant professor in New College and Biological Sciences.

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Oil Company Faces Massive Environmental Liability in Wake of Spill: Cornell University Expert

Jeffrey J. Rachlinski, Cornell University Professor of Law and an expert in environmental law, comments on the liability facing BP as a result of the ongoing Gulf of Mexico oil spill.







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