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+ - Gulf Bacteria Quickly Digested Spilled Methane->

Submitted by masterwit
masterwit (1800118) writes "From an AAAS news release: "Bacteria made quick work of the methane released by the Deepwater Horizon blowout, digesting most of the gas within the four months after its release, according to a new study published online at ScienceExpress." This study however did not deal with other chemicals (oil) from the disaster's fallout. A glimpse of good news from the disaster's fallout..."
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