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Imaging Notes / Fall 2010

The April 20, 2010 oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico (Figure 1), the result of an unprecedented cluster of human errors and mechanical failures, has led ultimately to a hopeful result. The disaster and the resulting national and international press coverage, including a real-time underwater camera for 24/7 monitoring of the oil gushing from the extraction pipes and catastrophic projections for the damage inflicted, has sparked much-needed activity by citizens, NGOs, businesses, educators, and government agencies.

Read the full article in Imaging Notes magazine / Fall 2010