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Topic - George Ioup
With sick and dead dolphins turning up along Louisiana's coast, federal regulators are curbing an oil and natural gas exploration company from using seismic equipment that sends out underwater pulses known to disturb marine mammals.
He said BOEM seemed to be ruling "on the side of caution."
"Proving there is an effect, I don't know if that has been done," he said. "I don't think the answer is overwhelmingly simple."