Ecuadorian oil spill provides opportunities for cleanup and sensing technologies

An oil spill of more than 11,000 barrels has recently fouled the Coca River of Ecuador, a tributary of the Amazon. A rupture in the trans-Ecuador pipeline following a landslide on May 31 caused the spill. The oil has traveled to Peru and is on course to Brazil. The slick has already contaminated ...

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