Kendra Daly, a professor in the College of Marine Science at the University of South Florida, reflected, “I think everybody has been affected by the impact of this oil spill, and what it represents. Certainly life in the Northern Gulf is going to change for a long time.”
Daly’s one of thousands of dedicated researchers who’ve been examining the fate of the Gulf of Mexico following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill — one of the most significant human-caused environmental disasters ever. And the Gulf’s become a swarm of scientific activity. Have a listen.
Thanks to Emily Friedman and Matt Cowley. Music credit: Endless see free of BP Mexican Gulf oil spill by Andrei Krylov.