Gulf oil spill threatens wildlife
Rich Ambrose, director of UCLA's Environmental Science and Engineering Program and professor of environmental health sciences discussed BP's latest efforts to stem the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico in an MSNBC article.
"People naturally tend to focus on things that are most conspicuous, like oiled birds, but in my opinion the impacts on fisheries will be much more severe," stated Ambrose.
To read the full article on msnbc.com by the Associated Press click here.
Published: Tuesday, June 08, 2010