14 Oct '11, 8pm

Very sad but it's important to hear..1 yr after BP, dolphins are turning up dead in alarmingly high numbers FULL STORY:

More than one year after the Deepwater Horizon was capped, biologists in the Gulf of Mexico are trying to determine what has happened to the dolphins—which continue to turn up dead in alarmingly high numbers along the coast, from Louisiana to Florida. Their latest effort is an extraordinary health assessment led by NOAA, focused on bottlenose dolphins in Barataria Bay, Louisiana. The rich bay waters were a battleground in the attempt to control the spill last year. Here’s what we know so far. Hundreds of bottlenose dolphins have died in a series of mass mortality events in the northern Gulf of Mexico since Feburary 2010. The first event, troubling in itself, was already underway two months before the Deepwater Horizon exploded. Mortalities spiked again during the spill, which happened to occur at the beginning of the dolphins’ reproductive cycle, when much of the coastal p...

Full article: http://switchboard.nrdc.org/blogs/mjasny/the_dolphin_die-...

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