By Bruce Melton. Tar balls have hit Galveston and patches of oil are showing up south of Vermillion Bay, Louisiana, halfway between New Orleans and Texas. As the spill continues to gush, the effect on the environment increases. Bruce helps us understand the science involved, and how the disaster effects the ecology of the sea — and how global warming, increasing at an alarming rate, comes into play.

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