Doug Inkley

Senior Scientist, National Wildlife Federation

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Senior Scientist with the National Wildlife Organization

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BP, the Coast Guard and thousands of local fisermen are trying to control the oil slick moving toward the shores of 4 Gulf-coast states.

The Race Against the Great Oil Spill

BP, the Coast Guard and thousands of local fisermen are trying to control the oil slick moving toward the shores of 4 Gulf-coast states.

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BP, the Coast Guard and thousands of local fisermen are trying to control the oil slick moving toward the shores of 4 Gulf-coast states.

Environmental Disaster in the Gulf of Mexico

BP, the Coast Guard and thousands of local fisermen are trying to control the oil slick moving toward the shores of 4 Gulf-coast states.

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