The Sanchi burned for about a week before sinking on Sunday. Scientists are looking at how the tanker’s spill may affect the region and beyond. Photo: EPA The Sanchi burned for about a week before sinking on Sunday. Scientists are looking at how the tanker’s spill may affect the region and beyond. Photo: EPA
The Sanchi burned for about a week before sinking on Sunday. Scientists are looking at how the tanker’s spill may affect the region and beyond. Photo: EPA
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Three possible outcomes from East China Sea oil spill, according to Chinese scientists

As the oil slick from the Iranian oil tanker Sanchi continues to spread, its possible environmental impact could be limited or it could see trace pollutants reaching as far as the west coast of North America

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The Sanchi burned for about a week before sinking on Sunday. Scientists are looking at how the tanker’s spill may affect the region and beyond. Photo: EPA The Sanchi burned for about a week before sinking on Sunday. Scientists are looking at how the tanker’s spill may affect the region and beyond. Photo: EPA
The Sanchi burned for about a week before sinking on Sunday. Scientists are looking at how the tanker’s spill may affect the region and beyond. Photo: EPA
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