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    Exxon Valdez and BP disaster Exxon Valdez and BP disaster Presentation Transcript

    • By:
      Jose R. Perez
      Daniel Bonivento
      Juan Aguirre
      Exxon Valdez
    • Exxon Valdez Accident
      The Exxon Valdez occurred in 1989. It spilled approximately 10.9 million gallons of its 53 million gallons of oil.
      The Exxon Valdez accident occurred in Prince William Sound, Alaska, on March 24 and cling to more than a thousand miles of beaches in southern Alaska.
    • This accident affect many species in the ecosystem, killing many organisms.
    • “ At the beginning oil was literally boiling out of the tanker” said Kelsor the head of Alaska’s Department of environmental Conservation at the time
    • Mexico oil accident
    • The last month oil rig explosion and subsequent spill in the gulf of mexico could leave oil giant BP with the unfurtanate legacy as the oil industry “biggest polluter”
    • Oil floats on top of water, less sunlight penetrates into the water, limiting the photosynthesis of marine plants and phytoplankton this, as well decrease the fauna populations affecting the food chain in the ecosystem
    • Video showing the castastrofy of this incredible accident
      http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6426573n
    • Bibliography
      www.wikipedia.com
      http://www.msnbc.msn.com
      http://www.eoearth.org/article/exxon