MASSIVE OIL SPILL ROCKS THE PRISTINE GAVIOTA COASTLINE
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On may 19, 2015, on the Gaviota Coast, an onshore pipeline ruptured, spilling what has been estimated to be more than 100,000 gallons of oil into a culvert, which drained directly onto the beach and into the ocean. At this time, oil has spread a swath along the coastline that is estimated to be 9 miles in length. Oil spill ...
Art and Activism - August 1st-30th Faulkner Gallery, 40 E. Anapamu St, Santa Barbara
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Get Oil Out! is celebrating its 45th Anniversary with a fundraising art show at the Faulkner Gallery, August 1-30th, 2014. Following in our historical path as a grass roots environmental organization, the show will honor using "Art for Activism. ...
The Santa Barbara Oil Spill: A Retrospective
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Jeffrey J. Hemphill, Graduate Student
Department of Geography
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
The year was 1969, a momentous year for the nation and the world. At the movie
theater, Easy Rider and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid were playing. A new
generation converged on Yasgur ...
1969 Oil Spill
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On the afternoon of January 28, 1969, an environmental nightmare began in Santa Barbara, California. A Union Oil Co. platform stationed six miles off the coast of Summerland suffered a blowout. Oil workers had drilled a well down 3500 feet below the ocean floor. Riggers began to retrieve the pipe in order to replace a drill bit when the "mud" ...