An Aerial view taken in March 1978 of the wreck of the Liberian oil tanker Amoco Cadiz, which ran aground near the small port of Portsall, on the coast of Brittany, 16 March 1978, transporting 227,000 tonnes of crude oil en route from...More
March 16, 2018 Licence
Civilians clean-up one of the beaches in Britanny three months after the Amoco-Cadiz disaster. The supertanker Amoco-Cadiz ran aground off the coast of Brittany on March 16, 1978, spilling 68.7 million gallons of crude oil. It was one...More
The wreck of the Amoco Cadiz in France on March 23, 1978 - Cleaning up beaches.
Amoco Cadiz wreck fifteen years after the sinking in France in March, 1978-The stem on June 1978.
A father with his children looking at oil-soaked and dead fishes due to the sinking of the Amoco Cadiz in Portsall, France in March, 1978.
Audierne Bay in Brittany. The Italian oil tanker Amazzone lost 3000 tons of crude oil due to an oil spill causing untold damage on marine and animal life off the Isle of Ouessant coastline. The Britanny coast was severely polluted...More
Bird are seen in pool, on May 02, 1978, at an ornithological centre, where they have been cured, after the sinking of the oil tanker Amoco Cadiz, near the small port of Portsall, on the Brittany’s coast. The Liberian oil tanker Amoco...More