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Valdez Study Reinforces Fears About Toxic Spills

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Valdez Study Reinforces Fears About Toxic Spills

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Valdez Study Reinforces Fears About Toxic Spills

Valdez Study Reinforces Fears About Toxic Spills

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A study in the journal Science finds the impact of the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska have been more broad and long-lasting than originally expected. The research concludes that these findings also apply to smaller toxic spills in other locations. NPR's Elizabeth Arnold reports.

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