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Gulf oil spill plume stretches 22 miles, not breaking down much

Christian Science Monitor - A plume of oil some 700 feet thick and at least 22 miles long has been detected deep beneath the Gulf of Mexico. It originated at the Deepwater Horizon blowout and consists of hydrocarbons from the well, according to measurements released Thursday. Read more.

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