Barry Keim

Louisiana State Climatologist

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State Climatologist for Louisiana and Louisiana State University professor at Louisiana State University; co-author of Hurricanes of the Gulf of Mexico

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Damage from the Gulf oil spill has been slow in coming as the oil slick moves toward beaches and marshes, and the growing plume circulates deep in the ocean.

Active Hurricane Season Could Compound Nearby Oil Spill, Haiti Disasters

Damage from the Gulf oil spill has been slow in coming as the oil slick moves toward beaches and marshes, and the growing plume circulates deep in the ocean.

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Damage from the Gulf oil spill has been slow in coming as the oil slick moves toward beaches and marshes, and the growing plume circulates deep in the ocean.

Active Hurricane Season Could Compound Nearby Oil Spill, Haiti Disasters

Damage from the Gulf oil spill has been slow in coming as the oil slick moves toward beaches and marshes, and the growing plume circulates deep in the ocean.

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