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The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is created by plastic debris and other trash from around the world that is brought together by ocean currents. The Pacific vortex isn't the only one. The Atlantic and Indian oceans have plastic gyres of their own.

This Sunday, April 20, 2014, marks the 4-year anniversary of the BP oil spill. New research continues to show that the effects of the spill are more far reaching than most had ever imagined.

Four years after one of the worst environmental catastrophes in U. history, the gulf oil disaster is far from over.

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2010 - Explosion de Deepwater Horizon - La fuite de pétrole détectée suite à l'explosion est d’abord évaluée à 1 000 barils (159 000 litres) par jour par BP, puis revue à 5 000 barils (795 000 l) par la National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Pour le Pr. Richard Steiner, spécialiste des catastrophes maritimes et en particulier de celle de l'Exxon Valdez, cette marée noire est le « Tchernobyl de l'industrie pétrolière » et devrait l'inciter à « arrêter l'exploitation pétrolière en…

A laughing gull mired in oil from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill struggles against the tide on East Grand Terre Island, LA, six weeks after the rig collapsed in April. Photograph by Charlie Riedel / AP

Six years later, we’re still learning how badly the BP spill damaged the environment

Six years later, we’re still learning how badly the BP spill damaged the environment

A new report makes clear that the reach of the disaster, which ranks as one of the costliest environmental catastrophes ever, continues to grow.

Incredible aerial image showin the extent of the The Exxon Valdez oil spill. #waterpollution

The Exxon Valdez oil spill. This disaster killed so much wildlife. I still miss the otters I used to watch. I will always remember the sweet faces and comical antics.

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