flickr-free-ic3d pan white


Sally Walker, left and Clifton Nunnally, both independent scientific researchers, work in thier make-shift laboratory analyizing water samples collected by the CTD unit (conductivity, temperature and depth) aboard the Greenpeace ship, MY Arctic Sunrise, in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Sept. 22, 2010. The crew and scientists will work intensely for the next 30 hours deploying and retrieving the CTD, taking and analyzing water samples in the make-shift laboratory. Greenpeace, partnered with teams of independent scientists, has been investigating the environmental effects of the oil spill and toxic dispersants used to break up the four million barrels of crude oil spilled in the worst environmental disaster in United States history.

Photograph Mannie Garcia/Greenpeace

0 faves
Taken on September 22, 2010