FDL BP Oil Disaster Resource Page

By: Wednesday May 5, 2010 1:01 pm

FDL now has a resource page for our continuing coverage of the BP oil disaster, including archives of important pieces as well as the latest news, videos and photos from around the web. All photos are either government works in the public domain or can be used under creative commons license.

There’s also a page on how you can volunteer, or upload eyewitness photos and videos for use on FDL and that we will also make available to others in the archives.

You can find the resource page here, as well as in our right sidebar. Be sure to bookmark it and send it to your friends.


Four-Story, Rusty Steel Box Built as Consolation to Sea Birds; Horizon Spill out of Control

By: Tuesday May 4, 2010 4:40 pm

The latest spill extent graphic from NOAA shows an increasingly staggering area impacted by the Horizon well leak by mid-week. Winds have reversed now, spreading the slick Westward, and temporarily relieving fears that the slick could migrate to the East Coast though Atlantic fisheries could still be impacted.

Horizon Oil Slick Makes Shorefall; Disaster Writ Large Across Gulf Coast

By: Friday April 30, 2010 3:30 pm

The world appears to have finally woken up to the vast and steadily growing disaster that is the Deepwater Horizon spill. We are seeing the start of a slow-motion replay of the Exxon Valdez disaster.

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