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Berms were built on a barrier island near Grand Isle, Louisiana, in an attempt to protect it from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

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Hundreds of pipeline canals and shipping lanes have been cut into the coastal marshes of Louisiana. Each one allows more saltwater to intrude from the Gulf, killing the marsh and allowing more oil to penetrate from the Deepwater Horizon spill.

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Aerial of the marshlands that have literally been cut to pieces by pipeline canals and shipping channels that have been put in by the oil industry over the years. Such huge canals have allowed saltwater to intrude, killing off the marsh and eliminating its resistance to catastrophic events in the Gulf such as storms, and now, oil spills like the Deepwater Horizon.

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Aerial view of the oil booms deployed around Queen Bess Island in an attempt to protect it from the Deepwater Horizon spill. They proved largely ineffective in keeping this important bird rookery safe from oil.

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Boats burn off surface oil not far from the Deepwater Horizon spill site, creating huge black columns of smoke in the Gulf of Mexico.

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The western Arctic caribou herd heads east and inland from their calving grounds to their summer range in the Brooks Mountains on the North Slope of Alaska.

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The western Arctic caribou herd heads east and inland from their calving grounds to their summer range in the Brooks Mountains on the North Slope of Alaska.

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Caribou in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska.

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The western Arctic caribou herd heads east and inland from their calving grounds to their summer range in the Brooks Mountains on the North Slope of Alaska.

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The western Arctic caribou herd heads east and inland from their calving grounds to their summer range in the Brooks Mountains on the North Slope of Alaska.

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A moose (Alces americanus) crosses the Kukpuk River on Alaska’s North Slope.

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The upper Colville River and headwaters on the North Slope of Alaska.

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Landscape in the Lisburne Peninsula area of the North Slope of Alaska.

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Tundra in the summertime in the Cape Sabine area of the North Slope of Alaska.

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A beaded stream crosses the tundra in the Cape Sabine area of Alaska on the North Slope.

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The Brooks Range, inside the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska.

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Freezing and thawing creates polygon shapes in a river delta on the North Slope of Alaska.

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The north side of the Brooks Range, which marks the southern edge of the North Slope of Alaska.

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The upper Colville River and headwaters on the North Slope of Alaska.

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The Colville River at Killik Bend on the North Slope of Alaska.

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Ridges of the eastern Utukok uplands, the calving ground of the western Arctic caribou herd. (Alaska.)

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Landscape in the Lisburne Peninsula area of the North Slope of Alaska.

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A braided stream crosses the tundra on the North Slope of Alaska near Prudhoe Bay.

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The Brooks Range, inside the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska.

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A brother and sister look at photos at a Nebraska wedding reception.

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A brother and sister look at photos at a Nebraska wedding reception.

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A brother and sister look at photos at a Nebraska wedding reception.

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A brother and sister look at photos at a Nebraska wedding reception.

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Aerial of the Brazilian Pantanal near Pousada Barra Mansa during the wet season.

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Aerial of the Brazilian Pantanal near Pousada Barra Mansa during the wet season.

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Aerial of the Brazilian Pantanal near Pousada Barra Mansa during the wet season.

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Aerial of the Brazilian Pantanal near Pousada Barra Mansa during the wet season.

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Black brant (Branta bernicla nigricans) at Teshekpuk Lake on Alaska’s North Slope.

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The Tallgrass Prairie Preserve near Pawhuska, Oklahoma.

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