Recent Submissions

  • Recommended Practices for Arctic Oil Spill Prevention 

    Det norske Veritas (Dn V) (Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response (EPPR), 2013)
    This report was prepared by DNV on behalf of the Norwegian Coastal Administration, which represents Norway in the Arctic Council’s Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response Working Group (EPPR). This report includes ...
  • Arctic Exercise: After Action Report. On the Agreement on Cooperation on Marine Oil Pollution Preparedness and Response in the Arctic. 

    Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response (EPPR) (EPPR Secretariat; Arctic Council Secretariat, 2014-09)
    The first exercise under the Agreement on Cooperation on Marine Oil Pollution Preparedness and Response in the Arctic was hosted by Canada, and organised by the Canadian Coast Guard as National Competent Authority for ...
  • Guide to Oil Spill Response in Snow and Ice Conditions 

    Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response (EPPR) (Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response (EPPR), 2015)
    The objective of the Arctic version of the Guide is to identify and describe those aspects of planning and operations that are directly associated with a response to an Arctic oil spill in ice and snow conditions. Response ...
  • Руководство по реагированию на разливы нефти в условиях ледового и снежного покрова. Резюме. 

    Bjerkemo, Ole Kristian; Bruns, Patti (EPPR Secretariat; Arctic Council Secretariat, 2015)
    Арктика – динамичный, меняющийся регион. Находясь в среде, которая отличается как крайней уязвимостью, так и высокой жизнеспособностью, жители Арктики понимают необходимость добрососедского циркумполярного сотрудничества ...
  • Summary: Guide to Oil Spill Response in Snow and Ice Conditions in the Arctic. 

    Bjerkemo, Ole Kristian; Bruns, Patti (EPPR Secretariat; Arctic Council Secretariat, 2015)
    The Arctic is a dynamic and changing region. With an environment that is both fragile and resilient, Arctic inhabitants understand that it takes cooperation among circumpolar neighbors to safeguard resources that are key ...
  • Arctic Environmental Response Management Application 

    Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response (EPPR) (EPPR Secretariat, 2015)
    ERMA is an online mapping tool that integrates both static and real-time data, such as Environmental Sensitivity Index maps, ship locations, weather, and ocean currents, in a centralized format for environmental responders ...
  • Field Guide for Oil Spill Response in Arctic Waters 

    Owens, Edward H.; Solsberg, Laurence B.; West, Mark R.; McGrath, Maureen (Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response Working Group (EPPR), 1998)
    This field guide was developed to provide circumpolar countries with oil spill response guidance specific to the unique climatic and physiographic features of the Arctic environment.
  • Guidelines and Strategies for Oil Spill Waste Management in Arctic Regions 

    Unknown author (Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response Working Group (EPPR), 2009)
    The report describes key components of the decision process for oil spill waste management in the Arctic and describes a computer Job Aid that has been developed to assist managers and decision makers understand and ...
  • Behaviour of Oil and Other Hazardous and Noxious Substances (HNS) Spilled in Arctic Waters (BoHaSA) 

    Singsaas, Ivar; Lewis, Alun (Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response Working Group (EPPR), 2011-02-20)
    Norway initiated the BoHaSa project in response to a request in the Salekhard Declaration. The BoHaSa report presents a compilation of current knowledge and expertise on the behaviour of hazardous substances in Arctic ...
  • Summary Report and Recommendations on the Prevention of Marine Oil Pollution in the Arctic 

    Rossi, Brianne (Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response Working Group (EPPR), 2013)
    The Arctic Environment presents a set of spill response and recovery challenges which are not commonly seen elsewhere in the world. These challenges include harsh weather, remoteness, insufficient infrastructure to support ...