Dec, 2011
Resources on Oil Spills, Response, and Restoration: A Selected Bibliography
United States. Department of Commerce; United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Fiolek, Anna, 1950-; Pikula, Linda; Voss, Brian
This is the 2011 revision of the original document, published June, 2010. "The resources in this bibliography are intended for use by those working on oil spill response and remediation; however, anyone concerned with the state of the marine environment will find the resources informative. In Section [1], 'Electronic Resources' you will find entries for documents that you can access online. In Section [2], 'Selected Videos on Oil Spills in the NOAA [National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration] Library Network', you will find entries for videos [.] that you can access via online links. Section [3], 'NOAA and NOAA--Related Websites,' provides links to NOAA web sites that provide oceanographic and biological data, as well as sites dealing with remediation of oil spills and restoration of damaged ecosystems. Section [4], 'Other Related Websites on Oil Spills,' provides links to other governmental and non-governmental group websites that deal with the Deepwater event. Section [5], 'Selected Journal Articles on Oil Spills, Ocean Dynamics and the Loop Current in the Gulf of Mexico,' includes links to scholarly journal articles dealing with these subjects. Finally, Section [6], 'Printed Resources on Oil Spills, Response, and Restoration in the NOAA Libraries Network,' provides listing of library resources held by the NOAA Library and Information Network. The entries provide author, title, publisher, series, and call number from the NOAA Library and Information Network Catalog (NOAALINC). Users may search the catalog directly at: www.lib.noaa.gov/uhtbin/webcat/ and order these materials through your local library's interlibrary department."
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  • Authors
    Fiolek, Anna, 1950-
    Pikula, Linda
    Voss, Brian
  • Publishers
    United States. Department of Commerce
    United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • Date
    Dec, 2011
  • Retrieved From
    National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Document Library: docs.lib.noaa.gov/
  • Format
    pdf
  • Media Type
    application/pdf
  • Subjects
    Environmental issues and disasters/Human-caused
    Environmental issues and disasters/Geologic
    Infrastructure protection/Chemical industry and hazardous materials
    Infrastructure protection/Water and waste management
  • Resource Group
    LLIS Collection

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