Overton Says Dispersants Help Protect BP Cleanup Workers: Video
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Overton Says Dispersants Help Protect BP Cleanup Workers: Video

July 21 (Bloomberg) -- Edward Overton, professor emeritus at Louisiana State University, talks about the potential environmental implications of the BP oil leak and the use of dispersants to help break up oil spilling into the Gulf of Mexico. Overton speaks with Lizzie O'Leary on Bloomberg Television's "InsideTrack." (Source: Bloomberg) (Bloomberg)

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