We recently received this note from Albert Blok, Clinical Research Coordinator at American Educational Research Association, and publish it here as a letter to the editor.
I’m a research coordinator for the Association of American Universities. Recently, I was visiting your site for research purposes, and came across a resource that no longer works. I did a little bit of digging and it turns out the page simply moved to a new address — an easy fix!
This is the page I am referring to on your site: Underwater Dispersants Approved by EPA, U.S. Coast Guard.
This is the reference that is no longer working: Deepwater Horizon Response Joint Information Center.
The website is down, so here is a good replacement resource that covers the oil spill:
Deepwater Horizon Response and Restoration.
If you decide to update your site, I was wondering if you would be open to including a couple of articles that I helped write addressing mercury in fish. I put a lot of time into this one and it’s very comprehensive.
Of course, feel free to let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you for your help!
American Educational Research Association.
Of course we have an extensive archive of original coverage of BP’s Gulf Oil Spill and its Aftermath in The Locust Fork News-Journal.
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