Monday, June 28, 2010

Alex slowly organizing; a Texas or Mexico landfall most likely ~Wunderblog
~ SkyTruth BP #oilspill: Tropical Storm Alex makes a drive-by - - raises anxiety level -

Corps tries to shoot holes in report that puts cheaper price tag on preferred outfall canal work~Michelle Krupa
~A private engineering firm's finding that locally preferred methods of fortifying three New Orleans outfall canals are cheaper than Army Corps of Engineers' estimates omits the cost of land acquisition, engineering and design, construction management, an environmental review and other key components, according to the corps.
"The AECOM and the Corps estimates have few common elements that can be compared," Karen Durham-Aguilera, Master Baiter and director of the Corps' Task Force Nope, wrote in a recent memo to Mayor Mitch Landrieu.

When levee work ends, locals fear big bills for maintenance
~Sheila Grissett

TEDxOilSpill, live feed ~PBS

The ‘Great Wall’ of Holly Beach ~LaCoastPost

BP oil spill reaches another US state
~sunherald SUNHERALD TV: Oil found in Biloxi Bay, Jackson County...

Oil Offshore of Alabama and Florida's Western Panhandle ~NASA
~In this image from Sunday, June 27, 2010, eastern areas of the slick are more visible than western areas
Satellite Images Show Oil Impact From Gulfport to Destin~SkyTruth

Media Contributes to Victim Mentality as Gulf Struggles
~Georgianne Neinaber

Putting in the fix and giving them the Feldman Part 2:
~Slabbed explores the seemingly foreign concept of recusal in the Louisiana Eastern District Federal Courts as we tie a few more things together.

Oiled pelicans get plenty of attention at north shore wildlife sanctuary~Allison Good

~DebCotton Artists from Brazil, Cuba and Haiti leading dance and drumming classes for all skill levels at Tulane. 6/28 to7/2

Acadiana Self Reliance~Design by Dirty Coast

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