Photo 10 May 28 notes At left is contaminated water in a drainage ditch behind the Pittsburgh Glass Company near Lake Charles, La., in 1973. The same location is now overgrown with vegetation in April 2012 at right. Credit: Marc St. Gil / U.S. National Archives via AP; Gerald Herbert / AP (via PhotoBlog - Photographers revisit sites of EPA’s ‘Documerica’ project to see how things have changed over 40 years)

At left is contaminated water in a drainage ditch behind the Pittsburgh Glass Company near Lake Charles, La., in 1973. The same location is now overgrown with vegetation in April 2012 at right. Credit: Marc St. Gil / U.S. National Archives via AP; Gerald Herbert / AP (via PhotoBlog - Photographers revisit sites of EPA’s ‘Documerica’ project to see how things have changed over 40 years)

#pollution #Pittsburgh Glass Company #Lake Charles #Louisiana #Documerica #EPA #environment

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    Well, that about sums up why I’m going into conservation biology, aaaand still flirting with the idea of ecology....
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