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Image : Buried, Residual Oil is Still Affecting Wildlife Decades After a Spill

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Jennifer Culbertson (center), along with her Boston University Marine Program advisor Ivan Valiela (right) and fellow student Ylva Olsen, transplant Spartina grasses in the Wild Harbor salt marsh on Cape Cod, site of a 1969 oil spill. (Photo courtesy Boston University Photo Services)

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