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By Fast Company Staff | 05-28-2010 | 12:23 PM
May 19, 2010: Crews conduct overflights of controlled burns taking place in the Gulf of Mexico. Controlled burns, skimmers, and chemical dispersants are just some of the tools that cleanup crews are using in the spill. Scientists also now believe that the spill has reached the Loop Current, a warm ocean current that could carry the slick to the Florida Straits.
Photo by John Kepsimelis/U.S.Coast Guard via Bloomberg