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Prevention Bulletin 96-01: The Keystone Canyon

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
00-08-009 February 1996 February 2000
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Author(s) Mike Lynch
Description Report describes the 1994 break-away/allision/grounding incident involving the oil tanker, KEYSTONE CANYON, in the Columbia River. Covers probable causes, analysis of incident, lessons learned, and prevention recommendations to vessel owners/operators and port authorities.
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Keywords bulletin, vessel, report, Columbia River, tank, river, marine safety, pollution prevention, oil, oil tanker, ballast
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