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  • Oil spill effects on smooth cordgrass in Galveston Bay, Texas. 

    Webb, J.W.; Tanner, G.T.; Koerth, B.H. (, 1981)
    Observations of the effects of number 6 fuel oil spilled into coastal waters and washed into Spartina alterniflora marshes were made near Galveston, Texas. Above ground biomass of some fringing marshes was completely removed ...
  • Oil spill planning and response atlas: Upper coast of Texas 

    Texas General Land Office (Texas General Land Office; National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1996)
    This atlas includes 63 maps of the upper coast of Texas (Texas-Louisiana border to the mouth of the Colorado River) which are used by the General Land Office for Oil Spill Prevention and Response. Information is provided ...
  • Oil Spill Problem 

    President's Panel on Oil Spills (Executive Office of the President Office of Science and Technology, 1969)
    No abstract available.
  • Oil spill rates in four U.S. coastal regions 

    Froehlich, M.A.; Bellantoni, J.F. (American Petroleum Institute., 1981)
    The incidence of oil spills of more than 10,000 gallons in the years 1974 through 1977 was compared for four regions in the United States that carry heavy oil traffic: Greater New York-New Jersey, Delaware Bay, the Louisiana ...
  • Oil Spill Response in the Marine Environment 

    Doerffer, J.W. (Pergamon Press, 1992)
    A new danger for marine environments has ensued recently through the increasing maritime transport of chemicals, some of which are more persistent and toxic to the marine biota than oil. These problems are now being ...
  • Oil spill skimmer speeds recovery 

    [Anon.]; Dickson KL; Maki AW; Cairns J (, 327)
    The article describes a new type of oil spill skimmer, the Class XI Skimmer, which successfully completed an oil recovery assignment recently when the Liberian tanker Burmah Agate started burning and spilling oil in November ...
  • Oil spill skimmer speeds recovery. 

    Offshore. (, 1980)
    The article describes a new type of oil spill skimmer, the Class XI Skimmer, which successfully completed an oil recovery assignment recently when the Liberian tanker Burmah Agate started burning and spilling oil in November ...
  • Oil Spills 

    Schaefer, Mark (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1979-02)
    No abstract available
  • Oil spills and the marine environment. 

    Boesch, D.F.; Hershner, C.H.; Milgram, J.H. (Ballinger Publishing Company., 1974)
    No abstract available
  • Oil spills can affect Texas environment, economy 

    Texas General Land Office (, 1993)
    No abstract available
  • Oil Spills Control Manual for Fire Departments 

    Cross, Ralph, Archie Roberts, John Cunningham, Bernard Katz, and Frank J. Freestone (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Monitoring, 1973)
    This report was developed from field tests and actual oil spill control experiences of the Marine Division of the New York Fire Department during a twenty-two month period beginning October 8, 1970. The information offered ...
  • Oil Spills, 1971-75, Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf 

    Danenberger, Elmer P. (US Department of the Interior Geological Survey, 1976)
    Statistics and discussion of oil spills resulting from offshore operations on Federal oil and gas leases in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Oil spills, what's the plan? 

    Leimer, C. (, 1991)
    No abstract available
  • Oil spills: marine resources at risk 

    Texas Water Commission (Texas Water Commission, 1991)
    This video discusses oil spills' harmful effect on marine life and that management plans must be developed in order to prevent this destruction.
  • Oil-Spill Effects on Smooth Cordgrass in Galveston Bay, Texas 

    Webb JW; Tanner GT; Koerth BH (, 1981)
    Observations of the effects of number 6 fuel oil spilled into coastal waters and washed into Spartina alterniflora mashes were made near Galveston, Texas. Aboveground biomass of some fringing marshes was completely removed ...
  • Oil-spill response crews better prepared now. 

    Comstock, A. (, 1991)
    No abstract available
  • Oil: Study of Pollution Insurance and Liability Laws 

    Lipeles, Maxine (Environmental Policy Institute, 1975-10)
    The birth of a large generation of supertankers and the commencement of an accelerated offshore development program have attracted unprecedented attention to the problem of oil pollution. A series of tanker accidents and ...
  • Oiled wildlife rehabilitation course 

    Texas A&M University System, Texas Engineering Extension Service, Occupational & Environmental Safety Training Division (Texas A&M University System, Texas Engineering Extension Service, Occupational & Environmental Safety Training Division, 1992)
    The Oil Spill Control Course was developed to provide the layman with a basic knowledge of the effects of spilled oil on the environment, and with knowledge of the types of equipment and strategies used for cleanup of ...
  • An oilspill risk analysis for the North Atlantic outer continental shelf lease area 

    Smith, Richard A., James R. Slack, and Robert K. Davis (U.S. Geological Survey, 1976)
    An oilspill risk analysis was conducted to determine relative environmental hazards of developing oil in different regions of the North Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf lease area. The study analyzed probability of spill ...
  • An oily blight on the water 

    Martz L; Hager M (Newsweek, 1989 Jul 3)
    Discusses three oil spills that occurred in the last week, affecting the Delaware River, Galveston Bay and Rhode Island beaches. Cleanup efforts