B-Roll: BP Oil Spill - Underwater Plume & Aerial Topside Slick on Water
Deepwater Horizon Spill also known as the BP Oil Spill, Macondo Well Blowout, and Mississippi Canyon 252. Underwater footage of oil spill plume and aerial footage of slick on water surface. Credit BP for underwater footage, NOAA for aerial footage.
B-Roll: Deepwater Horizon Early Tar Balls and Oil Sheen
This footage is some of the early tar balls and oil sheen seen as a result of the Deepwater Horizon BP/Gulf Oil Spill. This footage was filmed on May 9, 2010 on the east side of the outer rim of South Pass of the Mississippi River.
B-Roll: Deepwater Horizon NMFS Aerial Survey
NOAA Fisheries scientists conduct aerial survey of marine mammals, turtles and fish during the Deepwater Horizon BP/Gulf Oil Spill response. Filmed on May 5, 2010.
B-Roll: Deepwater Horizon Fish Sampling in the Gulf
NOAA Fisheries scientists sample fish and invertebrates in the Gulf of Mexico, in particular croaker, which act as a sentinel species. Samples are sent to Seattle for chemical analysis. Filmed on May 6, 2010.
B-Roll: Deepwater Horizon Seafood Sample Prep
NOAA Fisheries scientists take samples of fish and prepare them for testing at NOAA's Southeast Fisheries Science Center in Pascagoula, MIssissippi. Filmed on May 6, 2010.
B-Roll: Deepwater Horizon Aboard NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson
NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson conducts oceanographic observations in the Gulf of Mexico as part of the Deepwater Horizon BP/Gulf Oil Spill response. Filmed in June, 2010.
B-Roll: Deepwater Horizon Trajectory Analysis, Dave Wesley, ORR
Interview with Dave Wesley, NOAA observer with the Office of Response and Restoration, about oil trajectory analysis during the Deepwater Horizon Reponse. Interview recorded on May 2, 2010.