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  1. The lesson we should learn from the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster is that the Earth and it's ability to recover from such...

    2 Answers · Environment · 09/01/2012

  2. ...consistently shown this support. We just had a major oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. It's the hottest year on record. There are massive...

    12 Answers · Environment · 26/07/2010

  3. ... while the U.S. does. I used to work in the gulf of Mexico. Our oil rigs and ships are held to the ...

    4 Answers · Environment · 23/12/2008

  4. ...global warming, ocean acidification, or other environmental disasters like the Gulf of Mexico spill. It's interesting to compare the price of gasoline in the...

    5 Answers · Environment · 10/05/2010

  5. ...across the US, this will stem the flow of hot, humid air rising up from the Gulf of Mexico and by the end of the weekend temperatures will be somewhat more comfortable, still...

    8 Answers · Environment · 28/07/2011

  6. Methane is one of the greenhouse gases and so the release of any quantity into the atmosphere will have an effect. Clearly the more that is released the bigger that effect will be. Methane exists in very small quantities in the atmosphere...

    4 Answers · Environment · 16/05/2010

  7. ...this cold air mass. A strong flow of moist warm air moving north from the Gulf of Mexico will overrun this giant wedge of artic air producing a massive rain and snow situation...

    6 Answers · Environment · 08/11/2014

  8. ...presence of the extreme atmospheric instability necessary for supercells. The Gulf of Mexico provides warm, moist tropical air necessary for thunderstorm formation. Dry air...

    8 Answers · Environment · 05/06/2007

  9. .... Low-lying areas, such as the coastal region along the Gulf of Mexico and estuaries like the Chesapeake Bay, are especially...

    17 Answers · Environment · 19/04/2009

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