14 Jun '11, 6pm

Government Takes Initial Steps to Address Oil Companies' Noisy Blasts Harming Whales, Dolphins.

More press releases For Immediate Release, June 14, 2011 Contacts: Deirdre McDonnell, Center for Biological Diversity, (971) 279-5471, [email protected] Michael Jasny, NRDC, (604) 736-9386, [email protected] Jessica Lass, NRDC, (310) 434-2300, [email protected] Cyn Sarthou, Gulf Restoration Network, (504) 525-1528 x 202, [email protected] Devorah Ancel, Sierra Club, (415) 977-5721, [email protected] Government Takes Initial Steps to Address Oil Companies' Noisy Blasts Harming Whales, Dolphins Harmful Seismic Surveys in Gulf of Mexico Continue in Violation of Federal Law SAN FRANCISCO – The federal agency that oversees offshore drilling is finally asking the National Marine Fisheries Service to review the effects that intense, underwater seismic blasts have on whales and dolphins in the Gulf of Mexico. In a notice published today, the Fisheries Servi...

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