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A dead pelican is seen on Chandeleur Island, La., Monday, May 3, 2010. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

A dead pelican is seen on Chandeleur Island, La., Monday, May 3, 2010. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

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  • A dead pelican is seen on Chandeleur Island, La., Monday, May 3, 2010. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
  • Ashland Cleaning Services boom deploy technicians Mike Dykes, left, and Edward Papiska connect oil booms to be deployed  in Bay St. Louis,  Miss. Saturday May 1, 2010.  (AP Photo/Hattiesburg American, Ryan Moore)
  • Workers maneuver their boat around oil retention booms in Bay St. Louis,  Miss., Sunday, May 2, 2010. Crews continue to put on booms as the oil slick in the Gulf nears shore.  (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
  • A large drum fish lies washed up on the beach in Long Beach, Miss., Sunday, May 2, 2010.  The cause of death is undetermined.  (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
  • Oil retention booms dot the coastal areas along Bay St. Louis, Miss., Sunday, May 2, 2010. Crews continue to put on booms as the oil slick in the Gulf nears shore.  (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
  • Shrimper J.C. Necais stands on his at the boat harbor in Pass Christian, Miss., Saturday, May 1, 2010. Necais is upset at the government's response to the oil spill, saying the delay in declaring a state disaster is limiting the response to the approaching oil spill. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
  • Institute of Marine Mammal Sciences researchers Justin Main, left, and Kelly Folkedahl collect a dead sea turtle on the beach in Pass Christian, Miss., Sunday, May 2, 2010.  The researchers were collecting dead turtles and will examine them to determine the cause of death. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
  • Institute of Marine Mammal Sciences researcher Justin Main takes photographs of a dead sea turtle on the beach in Pass Christian, Miss., Sunday, May 2, 2010. At rear are researchers Kelly Folkedahl, left, and Meagan Broadway.  The researchers were collecting dead turtles and will examine them to determine the cause of death. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
  • A least tern checks her two eggs on the beach in Gulfport, Miss., Saturday, May 1, 2010. Environmentalists are concerned that the approaching oil slick will destroy this generation of the bird that nests along the Gulf coast beaches as part of it's migratory journey. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
  • Rev. Luke Nguyen splashes Robert 'Snip' Schneider in his pirogue, with holy water during the annual blessing of the fleet in Chalmette, La., Sunday, May 2, 2010. This year only three boats were on hand for the event. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
  • Pastor Jack Kale of the Gulf Breeze United Methodist Church leads a prayer circle of concerned citizens along the shoreline at Pensacola Beach, Fla. Sunday evening, May 2, 2010 as the massive oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico looks like an ever increasing threat to the beaches along Escambia and Santa Rosa counties and much of the gulf coast. (AP Photo/The Pensacola News Journal, Bruce Graner)
  • Workers secure oil retention booms to the shore in Bay St. Louis,  Miss., Sunday, May 2, 2010. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
  • In this April 26, 20010 photo released by the U.S. Coast Guard, A welder fabricates a portion of the BP subsea oil recovery system chamber at Wild Well Control, Inc. in Port Fourchon, La.  The chamber will be one of the largest ever built and will be used in an attempt to contain an oil leak related to the mobile offshore drilling unit Deepwater Horizon explosion. (AP Photo/ U.S. Coast Guard, Petty Officer Third Class Patrick Kelley)
  • Workers secure oil retention booms to the shore in Bay St. Louis,  Miss., Sunday, May 2, 2010. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
  • Water from the Gulf of Mexico washes ashore on an island near the South Pass of the Mississippi River near Venice, La., Sunday, May 2, 2010.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
  • A dead sea turtle lies on the beach in Pass Christian, Miss., Sunday, May 2, 2010. Researchers from the Institute of Marine Mammal Sciences from Gulfport, Miss., collected a number of dead turtles and will examine them to determine the cause of death. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
  • Members of the U.S. Army National Guard install Hesco containers along the beaches of Dauphin Island, Ala., Tuesday May 4, 2010. The containers are designed to absorb oil through a fibrous material which reacts with a non-harmful material that changes the sheen to a more solid state which can be recycled. Alabama Gov. Bob Riley took an aerial survey of the Alabama coastline as oil leaking from the Deepwater Horizon wellhead continues to spread in the Gulf of Mexico. (AP Photo/Press-Register, John David Mercer)
  • Oil blobs and oil sheen are seen in the waters of Chandeleur Sound, La., Tuesday, May 4, 2010. Cleanup and containment of a massive oil slick resumed Tuesday as winds eased in the Gulf of Mexico and people along beaches and bayous waited to find out just how badly it might damage the delicate coast. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
  • The sun sets over the bayou as fears of the mounting oil spill continue to worry those that live near the water in Venice, La., Tuesday, May 4, 2010.  (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
  • Major Byron Brown, with the Louisiana Department of Corrections, watches over inmates from Elayn Hunt Correctional Center as they listen to a lecture on how to clean wildlife affected by the oil spill in the gulf, in Belle Chasse, La., Monday, May 3, 2010.  (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
  • A pelican lands on a piling with a natural gas rig in the background in Mobile Bay in Mobile, Ala., on Monday, May 3, 2010. Contractors have placed barriers in the waters around the Alabama coast trying to protect it from pollution from the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.  (AP Photo/Jay Reeves)
  • Hosea Wilson loads shrimp from their catch into a basket, Monday, May 3, 2010, at the Venice Marina in Venice, La. NOAA has restricted commercial and recreational fishing in oil-affected portions of the Gulf of Mexico. Their boat has been recruited to aid with the oil spill clean up efforts.  (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
  • A line of booms have been set up on the southwest side of Ship Island as a barrier from the oncoming oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico on Monday May 3, 2010.  (AP Photo/Sun Herald, William Colgin)
  • A hermit crab is shown near an oil boom, left, on Breton Island off the coast of Louisiana, Monday, May 3, 2010. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
  • Workers at the Wild Well Control company work on a containment chamber that will be used to help contain the oil leaking from the Deepwarter Horizon drilling platform in Port Fourchon, La., Monday, May 3, 2010. The chamber will be lowered onto the well and capture the oil that  is spilling into the Gulf Of Mexico. (AP Photo/Bill Haber)
  • BP Chairman Lamar McKay, left, and  BP Chief Executive Officer Tony Hayward, right, leave the Department of the Interior following their closed door meeting in Washington, Monday, April 3, 2010. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
  • A man steps over an oil boom on Breton Island off the coast of Louisiana, Monday, May 3, 2010. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
  • Royal Terns sit near an oil boom on Breton Island off the coast of Louisiana, Monday, May 3, 2010. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
  • Gulls fly over a boat in Breton Sound off the coast of Louisiana, Monday, May 3, 2010.  (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
  • A long ribbon of rust colored oil stretches off into the distance off the waters near the Chandeleur Islands off the coast of Louisiana on Monday May 3, 2010.  (AP Photo/Sun Herald, William Colgin)
  • Workers at the Wild Well Controll company work on a containment chamber that will be used to help contain the oil leaking from the Deepwater Horizon drilling platform in Port Fourchon, La., Monday, May 3, 2010. The chamber will be lowered onto the well and capture the oil that  is spilling into the Gulf Of Mexico. (AP Photo/Bill Haber)
  • Workers at the Wild Well Control company work on a containment chamber that will be used to help contain the oil leaking from the Deepwater Horizon drilling platform in Port Fourchon, La., Monday, May 3, 2010. The chamber will be lowered onto the well and capture the oil that  is spilling into the Gulf Of Mexico. (AP Photo/Bill Haber)
  • A dead saltwater catfish that has been picked at by birds floats on the surface of the water in the Breton Sound of the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Lousiana Monday, May 3, 2010. Fish and wildlife are vulnerable to the oil spill resulting the explosion and sinking of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig. The cause of the fish's death is not known. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
  • In a Friday, April 30, 2010 photo provided by Greenpeace, a bird sits on a mooring  near the mouth of the Mississippi River in the Gulf of Mexico south of Louisiana,  as oil leaking from the Deepwater Horizon wellhead continues to spread. (AP Photo/Greenpeace, Sean Gardner)  NO SALES
  • Clumps of oil are seen in the waters off of Chandeleur Sound, La., Monday, May 3, 2010. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
  • In this photo released by the U.S. Coast Guard, workers at a decontamination site in Venice, La., clean oil containment boom Tuesday May 4, 2010.  The boom is to be transferred to a staging area where it will be put back into service aboard on of the many boats fighting to mitigate the effects of the uncontrolled discharge of oil that was a result of the Deepwater Horizon incident. (AP Photo/U.S. Coast Guard, Petty Officer 3rd Class Patrick Kelley)
  • An oil boom snakes around Breton Island off the coast of Louisiana, Monday, May 3, 2010. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
  • A hermit crab crawls past an oil boom on Breton Island off the coast of Louisiana, Monday, May 3, 2010. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

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