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The Times - Picayune (Wed 21 Jan, 2015)
BP oil spill harmed wildlife, habitat 'everywhere it went,' expert testifies
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The BP oil spill caused widespread damage to the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem, harming wildlife, shoreline habitats and vital microorganisms on the ocean floor, an environmental expert testified for the Justice Department on Wednesday morning (Jan. 21).


The New York Times (Wed 21 Jan, 2015)
Past, Future Effects of Oil Argued in BP Penalty Trial
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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NEW ORLEANS — Environmental researchers and BP attorneys sparred Wednesday over the potential effects of the 2010 Gulf oil spill in a trial aimed at determining whether the oil giant should be made to pay some $13.7 billion in Clean Water Act penalties.


WBOC (Salisbury) Television (Wed 21 Jan, 2015)
Past, future effects of oil argued in BP penalty trial
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Justice Department attorneys are back in federal court presenting their case for making BP pay billions of dollars in civil penalties for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.


The Washington Post (Wed 21 Jan, 2015)
Past, future effects of oil argued in BP penalty trial
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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NEW ORLEANS — Environmental researchers and BP attorneys sparred Wednesday over the potential effects of the 2010 Gulf oil spill in a trial aimed at determining whether the oil giant should be made to pay some $13.7 billion in Clean Water Act penalties.


ABC News (Wed 21 Jan, 2015)
Past, Future Effects of Oil Argued in BP Penalty Trial
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Environmental researchers and BP attorneys sparred Wednesday over the potential effects of the 2010 Gulf oil spill in a trial aimed at determining whether the oil giant should be made to pay some $13.7 billion in Clean Water Act penalties.


The Times - Picayune (Wed 21 Jan, 2015)
BP oil spill trial: Feds call more witnesses Wednesday
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The U.S. government will call on several more witnesses starting Wednesday morning (Jan. 21) to help bolster its argument that BP should pay the maximum $13.7 billion fine for its role in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. The experts will be talking about the economic and environmental impact of the spill as well as BP's response as oil washed ashore.


Fuel Fix (Wed 21 Jan, 2015)
BP trial: Oil spill caused massive ecological damage, marine scientist says
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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NEW ORLEANS — The third phase of the trial to determine BP's federal fines for its role in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill is underway Wednesday, the second day in three weeks of court hearings.


The Baltimore Sun (Fri 16 Jan, 2015)
Big ships on the Chesapeake Bay follow strict environmental safety rules
Staff quoted: Mario Tamburri
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Please allow me to correct some of the points letter writer Bernard Helinski recently made regarding ships' ballast water polluting the Chesapeake Bay ("Ship ballast a major source of pollution," Jan. 7).


Yale Environment 360 (Thu 15 Jan, 2015)
For Vulnerable Barrier Islands, A Rush to Rebuild on U.S. Coast
Staff quoted: Bill Boicourt
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Six years ago, Hurricane Ike nearly wiped the barrier island of Bolivar off the Texas map. A 17-foot storm surge destroyed nearly every home in some communities and killed at least 15 people. Long-time residents feared the wild, sandy spit of land between the Gulf of Mexico and Galveston Bay would never recover.


The Baltimore Business Journal (Mon 12 Jan, 2015)
Eric Davidson Recognition Plaque
Staff quoted: Eric Davidson
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Eric Davidson


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