National Geographic News

National Geographic News

Published April 20, 2011

Explore zoomable maps of the U.S. Gulf Coast to see which beaches were hit worst by the oil spill last summer and how they're faring now. (Also see: "Gulf Oil Spill Anniversary: Hard-Hit Beaches Mostly Oil-Free.")

Mouse over the images to access zoom tools. "Home" icon returns picture to fully zoomed-out view.

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