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illustration of This artwork was created for Science Magazine's feature article on Louisiana's ecology health five years after the deepwater horizon oil spill. Nature has rebounded remarkably, however, look a little closer and the scars are there: shoreline erosion after marsh grass die-back, increased bottle nose dolphin deaths and strandings, and missing insects like acrobat ants. (crab, fish, gulf, florida, mexico, alabama, oysters, ocean)
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Title: Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Ecology Recovery

Author: Nicolle R. Fuller

Description: This artwork was created for Science Magazine's feature article on Louisiana's ecology health five years after the deepwater horizon oil spill. Nature has rebounded remarkably, however, look a little closer and the scars are there: shoreline erosion after marsh grass die-back, increased bottle nose dolphin deaths and strandings, and missing insects like acrobat ants. (crab, fish, gulf, florida, mexico, alabama, oysters, ocean)

Keywords: Realism, 3-D Rendering, Animals, Education, Information Graphics, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife





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