Four Ways the Gulf Oil Disaster Was Really Bad Timing

The first of June is the official start of hurricane season, but the storms may come sooner. No hurricanes have hit the United States in May, but 18 tropical storms have formed in the Pacific this month. "We get a hurricane in here in the next month and that completely complicates the paradigm," said environmental toxicologist Ronald Kendall of Texas Tech University in Lubbock. One drop of oil on an egg can kill young invertebrates, he says.

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