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5-20 8:40pm: Scoot:Carl Arrodondo
Scoot talks with WWL TV Meteorologist Carl Arrodondo about tornadoes.
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5-7 12:35pm Dr. Fernando Galvez & Dr. Benjamin Dubansky talk Coastal Restoration.
According to recent charts sections of Louisiana have literally disappeared and the quality of our seafood seems to be threatened. Do you believe we can stop the losses? Garland talks to Dr. Fernando Galvez, Associate Professor, Biological Sciences at LS
seems to be at least preliminary testing. Suggesting then the -- BP oil spill in the oil that slipped behind me today he'd be having. And -- to and from the pitched. We thought we'd talk
technology. Of this year embryos are exposed oil itself in the BP oil spill in laboratories setting. Even when the oil is invisible. -- longer hatch and those that do that often have deformities. We got
BP confirms source of Gulf oil sheen
of Mexico appears to have come from oil seeping out of a piece of discarded equipment used to contain its massive 2010 oil spill . On Thursday, the company said underwater surveys determined oil probably leaked from an 86-ton steel cofferdam the
Feds approve plan to identify source of Gulf sheen
from BP and Transocean to identify the source of a sheen in the Gulf Of Mexico associated with the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill . Officials said in a news release late Friday that the federal on-site coordinator approved the joint plan on Thursday
Politicians blast BP, Coast Guard over spill
giant was trying to "run away from its full cleanup responsibilities'' two years after the nation's worst offshore oil spill and that federal regulators are "too cozy'' with BP. U.S. Sen. David Vitter criticized the cleanup at a field
Isaac oyster damage bad
harvests may be better. Voisin says the oysters that are left are going through their best reproductive cycle since the BP oil spill . "A great reproductive cycle," Voisin said. "It seems maybe to have coincided with the storm." Voisin says he
After Isaac, oyster harvest struggles
oysters in Louisiana waters, another blow to an industry that has been struggling in the wake of BP PLC's 2010 massive oil spill . But in a twist, the storm's raging waters also may have helped set the stage for better crops in years to come