Deepwater Horizon Doo-Doo

I can’t find my notes! Panic! Not long before I left for the US, I interviewed a scientist who is studying chemical dispersion from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Boats from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute making daring underwater measurements, vast plumes of noxious chemicals threatening sea life for miles around, international scientific intrigue, sex, drugs, rock and roll… well, maybe not all that. But it was really interesting.

I should have written up the article right after the interview. I intended to. It’s all the European Commission’s fault. I got bogged down in completing the final report for an EU project I participated in last year. Continue reading