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Elephant Seals and Oil Industry Dvt. #262188

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 19, 1979
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(Studio) Report on potential destruction of species of animal.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Ano Nuevo Part, California) Envts.' concerns about fate of elephant seals if oil fields in ocean off north California are developed and oil spill occurred noted. [Greenpeace spokesperson John FRIZELL - comments.] [Chevron USA, Incorporated, spokesperson John SILCOX - comments.] Envts.' fears that event similar to Santa Barbara spill of 1969, involving Union Oil Company, could have similar effects. [SILCOX - comments on oil industry safety record.] [San Mateo Cnty. supervisor Fred LYON - comments on effects of oil spill.]
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg

Reporter(s):
Goldberg, Bernard;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:20

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