Guidelines and Strategies for Oil Spill Waste Management in Arctic Regions
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 compare basic response options.
Prepared by: Polaris Applied Sciences, Inc. Prepared for: Joint Secretariat Inuvialuit Renewable Resources Committees
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