"So there really are, one year out, more questions than there are answers," said Lisa Suatoni, a senior ocean scientist at the Natural Resources Defense Council. "We have a sense of where the oil went, but we don't have a sense of what volume went where. ... It still exists in the environment, either on the shore or at the bottom of the sea or floating around the ocean."
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