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Jimmy Keen, left, collects registration forms at the start of hazardous materials training for fishermen, oil field workers, and other boaters at the Boothville-Venice School in Boothville, La., Friday, April 30, 2010. The group is getting trained to help clean up the oil spill.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Jimmy Keen, left, collects registration forms at the start of hazardous materials training for fishermen, oil field workers, and other boaters at the Boothville-Venice School in Boothville, La., Friday, April 30, 2010. The group is getting trained to help clean up the oil spill.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

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  • Jimmy Keen, left, collects registration forms at the start of hazardous materials training for fishermen, oil field workers, and other boaters at the Boothville-Venice School in Boothville, La., Friday, April 30, 2010. The group is getting trained to help clean up the oil spill.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
  • An oil containment boom runs along the length of the CSX Railroad bridge spanning the mouth of the Bay of St. Louis in Mississippi on Friday April 30, 2010. Workers across south Mississippi are making efforts to protect the fragile ecosystem from the oil spilling from a sunken rig in the Gulf of Mexico. (AP Photo/Sun Herald, John Fitzhugh)
  • **CORRECTS DATE** Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour talks with officials from United States Environmental and BP as he gets off a helicopter following a tour of the oil slick nearing the Mississippi coast in Gulfport, Miss., Friday, April 30, 2010.  (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
  • Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour talks with reporters in Gulfport, Miss., Friday, April 30, 2010. Barbour had just returned from an airborne trip over the oil spill that threatens the Gulf coast states. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
  • A coyote walks into vegetation at the Gulf of Mexico at Pass A Loutre, La., where the Mississippi River meets the Gulf, Friday, April 30, 2010. Oil booms that were placed in preparation of the looming oil spill from last week's collapse and spill of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
  • Workers secures inflatable oil containment booms on the deck of an offshore service vessel at the Mississippi State Port in Gulfport, Miss., on Friday April 30, 2010. The equipment is from Naval Supervisor of Salvage and will be deployed along the west end of Ship Island, south of Gulfport. State and federal officials are making efforts to protect delicate ecosystems from oil spilling from a sunken rig in the Gulf of Mexico. (AP Photo/Sun Herald, John Fitzhugh)

State and federal officials are making efforts to protect delicate ecosystems from oil spilling from a sunken rig in the Gulf of Mexico.

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