COLUMBIA — Rick Hansen started working for the Columbia office of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service only a few months before a Shell and Texaco pipeline burst 25 miles north of Rolla. It left an impression.
Columbia biologists helped document Gulf oil spill effects
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