Recently a memo was making the rounds at Tulane that spoke of the university’s response to the “oil spoil.” It was a typo (the writer meant “oil spill”) but think about it. Some believe the disaster spoiled parts of the Gulf, at least for now. Experts tend to disagree on its long-term effects, but knowing where the oil is will help determine future consequences. One Tulane student has rallied local communities with low and high tech means to track its path. Watch how he does it.
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