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By Bruce Anderson STANFORD, Calif. - Usua Amanam, the Stanford senior whose interception with two minutes left in the 2013 Rose Bowl Game sealed Stanford’s 20-14 victory over Wisconsin, earned hardware as the
13 December 2012 These pictures show the moment seabirds got themselves into a flap as tons of ice splinter from a glacier and crash into the sea below. The huge slab of ice of titanic proportions slipped from the Chenega Glacier into the ocean at
The notorious Exxon Valdez tanker, responsible for one of the worst oil spills in U.S. history two decades ago, has been bought by an Indian company almost certainly to be scrapped for its steel and spare parts. Best Oasis Ltd.
Alaska (AP) — A storm brought snow to Alaska's largest city early Thursday, with forecasters saying the system could leave nearly a foot-and-a-half of the white stuff in a city that's already been hard-hit this winter season. The
Exxon Mobil Back in Court Over $100 Million Valdez Oil Spill Claim Although it happened more than two decades ago and until the BP oil spill last year, the Exxon Valdez oil spill was considered the largest in U.S. history...Gulf of Mexico region from
Diagrams of the Sinking of the Deepwater Horizon (Macondo Prospect) Proposed by BK LimAnd What They Represent Concerning The Well In Question & BP NarrativeBK Lim has done it again. He presents here an
David Jones shows how quickly the beach has recovered from the spill Ask Pensacola's fretfully quiet seafront traders why the tourists have all stayed away and they angrily recall one chaotic day back in late June...They quickly found what they were
Plus Necessary Resources for the Healthcare Provider By Tom Termotto, DCAE THE COMING OF THE BLACK WAVE Nothing in our shared cultural experience will
An extensive network of oil booms surround marshland off the coast of Louisiana on July 18, 2010President Obama has called the BP oil spill "the worst environmental disaster America has ever faced," and so has just about everyone else. Green
The old fisherman wrapped his freckled knuckles around a shovel and started digging on the low-tide beach. Six inches down, Robert (RJ) Kopchak saw the telltale, iridescent sheen smearing the groundwater. "There it is...I can smell the hydrocarbons,"