[CT Birds] Trans-gulf migration - fire up the slick??
mswanhall at earthlink.net
Wed Apr 28 08:13:49 EDT 2010
I wonder - besides affected migrating birds, what would happen if the winds were to shift (currently out of the North) and bring all the smoke, soot, etc. inland?
Marty from Woodbury
>From: Brian Webster <b.webster at hotmail.com>
>Sent: Apr 28, 2010 8:07 AM
>To: smorytko at yahoo.com, CT Birding <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org>
>Subject: Re: [CT Birds] Trans-gulf migration - fire up the slick??
>I just watched, 2 seconds ago, on Good Morning New York that locals can indeed smeel the oil, it has reached Florida, and they plan to set it a flame as soon as today.
>b.webster at hotmail.com
>> Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2010 02:11:21 -0700
>> From: smorytko at yahoo.com
>> To: ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org
>> Subject: [CT Birds] Trans-gulf migration - fire up the slick??
>> I hope someone in the birding community is giving input to authorities that are considering setting fire to the oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico. I wonder what the impact would be on peak trans-gulf migration considering the size of the slick. Late migrating species might take a big hit. I also wonder if fumes are emitted from the slick. Perhaps there are no fumes from unprocessed crude ... ? Perhaps this seems like an absurd idea but I read it was actually done once before.
>> Steve Morytko
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