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In-Situ Burning
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In Situ Burn
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VENICE, La. - George Ross, a Briggs employee from Aberdeen, Scotland, places an igniter package in oil contained by fire boom in the Gulf of Mexico July 10, 2010. Ross previously performed In-Situ Burns in the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
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PENSOCOLA, Fla.- Chris Prior shovels tar-ball laden sand into a sifter held by Donald Gray, contractors with P2S Plant Performance Services, at Fort Pickens National seashore July 27, 2010
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Response Workers Laying Boom
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Deepwater Horizon Response Grand Isle decontamination site
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Deepwater Horizon Response Grand Isle decontamination site
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Assisting wildlife
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NEW ORLEANS, La. - A HC-144 Ocean Sentry airplane crew flies by the City of New Orleans on its return trip from the Deepwater Horizon spill site July 25, 2010.
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GULF OF MEXICO - One of two relief wells at the Deepwater Horizon accident site prepares for Tropical Storm Bonnie, July 23, 2010.
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Preparing for the storm
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CGC Decisive patrol
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