news.nationalgeographic.com -- Dark splotches dot the thin sheen of oil seen on the Gulf's surface near New Orleans on Wednesday. Models show that oil escaping from damaged pipes on the seafloor may take three hours to rise the 5,000 feet (1,524 meters) to the water's surface, said NOAA incident operations coordinator Helton.
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