Oil Spill Impacts on Wildlife

Turtles- Cumulative Spill Impacts Video
This video shows the cumulative impact of the oil spill on turtle populations.
Client:   National Wildlife Federation

The 2010 Gulf Oil Spill had a huge impact on wildlife in the region, going far beyond the time of the active spill. The National Wildlife Federation asked GreenInfo to develop a high-impact video of this sequence of events.

GreenInfo worked with the National Wildlife Federation to illustrate the impacts of the Gulf oil spill on wildlife. We created a three part animation series that visually reconstructs the oil spill and the growing number of animals found dead and injured since the spill began. Six months after the spill, more than 8,000 birds, sea turtles, and marine mammals were found injured or dead along the Gulf. For more, head over Animal Planet's Blog to watch a narrated version of the project.

Focus:   Conservation  

Services:  Interactive Solutions, GIS Services, Communications, Presentations, Data, Maps, Web Mapping 

Tags:   BP Horizon, Birds, Dolphins, Esri ArcGIS, Gulf of Mexico, Sea turtles, Whales, oil spill, video  

“ I just wanted to more properly thank you for all your work on the Gulf wildlife map series. These came out great, and I appreciate your efforts.”

—  Bruce Stein, NWF Assoc. Director, Wildlife Conservation & Global Warming

Project Years: 2010

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