Field Guide for Oil Spill Response in Arctic Waters
Owens, Edward H.
Solsberg, Laurence B.
West, Mark R.
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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.
Responsible Institution and Publisher: Environment Canada, Prairie and Northern Region Environmental Protection Branch, Northwest Territories Division Suite 301, 5204 50th Avenue, Yellowknife, NT Canada X1A 1E2 Telephone: + 1-867-669-4700 Facsimile: + 1-867-873-8185 Published by the authority of the Federal Minister of the Environment. Copyright: Copyright © Minister of Public Works and Government Services, 1998 Canadian Government Publishing Catalogue No.:En40-562/1998E ISBN: 0-660-17555-X
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