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Deep Horizon B.P. Gulf Oil Spill(61 images)

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  • From left, dockworkers Anthony Armand, 53, and Wilmer Mancia, 34, wait for customers at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The seafood company once was working 24 hours a day and seven days a week during shrimping season, but has reduced operating hours and mostly sells gas and ice now. The company also laid off almost 80 workers according to owner, Dean Blanchard.
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  • A sign marks the southernmost point of Louisiana near Venice, LA where much of the oil clean up effort is being launched. (Dominic Bracco II for The Wall Street Journal)
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  • Stacy Villanueva  of Entrix (a company contracted by British Petroleum) prepares experiments by attaching floats, near Venice, LA on June 25, 2010. The group is building evidence to assess the amount of damages done by the Deep Horizon British Petroleum oil spill which has been called the largest man-made natural disaster in American history. (Dominic Bracco II for The Wall Street Journal)
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  • From left, Stacy Villanueva  of Entrix (a company contracted by British Petroleum), Capt. Paul Whipple, and Howard Schnabolk of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) head out through the South East Pass in southern Louisiana to conduct experiments near Venice, LA on June 25, 2010. The group is building evidence to assess the amount of damages done by the Deep Horizon British Petroleum oil spill which has been called the largest man-made natural disaster in American history. (Dominic Bracco II for The Wall Street Journal)
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  • A team from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) and Entrix (a company contracted by British Petroleum conduct experiments near Venice, LA on June 25, 2010. The group is building evidence to assess the amount of damages done by the Deep Horizon British Petroleum oil spill which has been called the largest man-made natural disaster in American history. (Dominic Bracco II for The Wall Street Journal)
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  • From left, Stacy Villanueva  of Entrix (a company contracted by British Petroleum), Howard Schnabolk of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA), and Capt. Paul Whipple, navigate the next area they will conduct experiments using a map and GPS near Venice, LA on June 25, 2010. The group is building evidence to assess the amount of damages done by the Deep Horizon British Petroleum oil spill which has been called the largest man-made natural disaster in American history. (Dominic Bracco II for The Wall Street Journal)
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  • From left, Stacy Villanueva  of Entrix (a company contracted by British Petroleum), Howard Schnabolk of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) and Capt. Paul Whipple pull up to another boat to pick up the NOAA cameraman near Venice, LA on June 25, 2010. The group is building evidence to assess the amount of damages done by the Deep Horizon British Petroleum oil spill which has been called the largest man-made natural disaster in American history. (Dominic Bracco II for The Wall Street Journal)
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  • From left, Capt. Paul Whipple, Howard Schnabolk of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA), and Stacy Villanueva  of Entrix (a company contracted by British Petroleum), navigate the next area they will conduct experiments near Venice, LA on June 25, 2010. The group is building evidence to assess the amount of damages done by the Deep Horizon British Petroleum oil spill which has been called the largest man-made natural disaster in American history. (Dominic Bracco II for The Wall Street Journal)
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  • Stacy Villanueva  of Entrix (a company contracted by British Petroleum drops one of the teams detection devices (a chain, anchor and float, with pom-pom-like plastic collectors attached) near Venice, LA on June 25, 2010. The group is building evidence to assess the amount of damages done by the Deep Horizon British Petroleum oil spill which has been called the largest man-made natural disaster in American history. (Dominic Bracco II for The Wall Street Journal)
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  • Stacy Villanueva  of Entrix (a company contracted by British Petroleum drops one of the team's detection devices (a chain, anchor and float, with pom-pom-like plastic collectors attached) near Venice, LA on June 25, 2010. The group is building evidence to assess the amount of damages done by the Deep Horizon British Petroleum oil spill which has been called the largest man-made natural disaster in American history. (Dominic Bracco II for The Wall Street Journal)
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  • A team of Capt. Paul Whipple, Howard Schnabolk of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA), and Stacy Villanueva  of Entrix (a company contracted by British Petroleum), navigate the next area they will conduct experiments near Venice, LA on June 25, 2010. The group is building evidence to assess the amount of damages done by the Deep Horizon British Petroleum oil spill which has been called the largest man-made natural disaster in American history. (Dominic Bracco II for The Wall Street Journal)
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