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BTfromAZ
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Lee Near Vermillion Bay moving Inland
      #92164 - Sun Sep 04 2011 03:13 PM

Am I wrong to think that all the rain from Lee could help scour out some of the remaining oil contamination from the south Louisiana wetlands? Anybody have any insight on this?

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MichaelA
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Re: Lee Near Vermillion Bay moving Inland [Re: BTfromAZ]
      #92165 - Mon Sep 05 2011 09:18 AM

I don't know about scouring it out, but it probably could serve to break it up/disperse it some more. Of course, it could also scatter it into previously untouched areas.

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