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“Joye, my husband makes the first “attempt” and then I rewrite them.”
“For Australia's capital city and regional markets this was the single best monthly result since December 2010, and augurs well for housing activity during the first quarter of 2012, which we project will rebound solidly," said Christopher Joye , director of property research firm Rismark.”
“An extensive new study, presented this weekend at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science by Samantha Joye of the University of Georgia, has found that much of the oil from the Macondo well is still on the bottom of the Gulf and has killed much of the deepwater sea life in that area.”
“Joye's study consisted of manned deepsea submersible trips and over 250 seafloor cores over 2,600 square miles of the Gulf.”
“Joye said of the report, "Magic microbes consumed maybe 10 percent of the total discharge, the rest of it we don't know; there's a lot of it out there.”
“Disputing oil spill czar Ken Feinberg's assertion that the Gulf will be back to normal by next year, Joye told the Associated Press, I've been to the bottom.”
“Marine biologist Samantha Joye told BBC News that the true extent of the oil disaster is still a long ways off.”
“In five different expeditions, the last one in December, Joye and colleagues took 250 cores of the sea floor and travelled across 2,600 square miles.”
“Here's what the Associated Press had to say about Samantha Joye's revelations:”
“Joye is still waiting for results to show other oil samples she tested are from BP's Macondo well.”
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