Sound Science on the Safety of Gulf Seafood since the BP Oil disaster

Please check out this content The Louisiana Environmental Action Network has been testing seafood and monitoring the Gulf post BP’s Oil / Dispersant disaster ..These findings are based on SOUND SCIENCE !! By Independent researchers not receiving funding from BP , so these are results you can trust. In the end we all have free will ,our request is that you educate yourselves and at the very least if you insist on continuing to consume seafood from the Gulf of Mexico ,that you ask your seafood retailer what area of the Gulf your seafood came from… Sound Science on BP oil spill seafood safety


Two thirds of the whiting caught by the Press-Register on Dauphin Island Monday had lesions on their bodies. The fish live in the turbulent surf zone, where much of BP's oil ended up. Scientists said there might be a connection between the spill and the appearance of the lesions, but cautioned that other factors may be at play. The large fish in the background weighed 12 pounds. The smaller fish in the foreground were about 12 inches long. (Ben Raines/Press-Register)

Here is the link to the story  Dauphin Island fish show up with lesions, BP spill link questioned released this article on their website  today  : Study : Gulf Seafood unsafe for pregnant women and children ?

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  1. Via Real Coastal Warriors :
    Sixty percent of the soil/sediment samples had up to 18 PAHs in excess of the Marine Sediment Screening Levels. Soil/Sediment samples to date from Atchafalaya Bay, Brenton Sound and Baptiste Collette Bayou exceeded the Marine Sediment Screening Levels for Alkylated PAHs. The soil/sediment from Baptiste Collette Bayou had the largest number of Alkylated PAHs (89) and also exceeded the Arsenic Marine Sediment Screening Levels. Red Fish Bay in the Mississippi River delta had the largest number of Alkylated PAHs in excess of the Marine Sediment Screening Levels (18) and the largest concentration of Oil Range Organic Petroleum Hydrocarbons (1.16%). All of the areas sampled had soil/sediments contaminated with Alkylated PAHs and Oil Range Organic Petroleum Hydrocarbons.

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