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Explosion de la plateforme Deepwater Horizon et marée noire dans le golfe du Mexique, 2010

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The BP oil spill
New York : Children's Press, c2011.
48 p. : col. ill., col. map ; 22 cm.



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Fire on the horizon : the untold story of the Gulf oil disaster
New York : Harper, 2011.
xv, 270 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.



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Gulf oil spill
St. Catharines, Ont. : Crabtree Pub., c2011.
32 p. : col. ill., map, port. ; 29 cm.



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A hole at the bottom of the sea : the race to kill the BP oil gusher
New York : Simon & Schuster, 2011.
276 p. ; 25 cm.
"It was a technological crisis in an alien realm: a blown-out oil well in mile-deep water in the Gulf of Mexico. For the engineers who had to kill the well, this was like Apollo 13, a crisis no one saw coming, and one of untold danger and challenge. A suspense story, a mystery, a technological thriller: This is Joel Achenbach's groundbreaking account of the Deepwater Horizon disaster and what came after. The tragic explosion on the huge drilling rig in April 2010 killed eleven men and triggered an environmental disaster. As a gusher of crude surged into the Gulf's waters, BP engineers and government scientists--awkwardly teamed in Houston--raced to devise ways to plug the Macondo well. Achenbach, a veteran reporter for The Washington Post and acclaimed science writer for National Geographic, moves beyond the blame game to tell the gripping story of what it was like, behind the scenes, moment by moment, in the struggle to kill Macondo. Here are the controversies, the miscalculations, the frustrations, and ultimately the technical triumphs of men and women who worked out of sight and around the clock for months to find a way to plug the well. The Deepwater Horizon disaster was an environmental 9/11.



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