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North Puget Sound Long-Term Oil Spill Risk Management Panel Final Report and Recommendations
North Puget Sound Long-Term Oil Spill Risk Management Panel Final Report and Recommendations (Number of pages: 227) (Publication Size: 16MB)
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|Information presented to the North Puget Sound Long-Term Oil Spill Risk Management Panel during their investigation of marine safety issues in the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Rosario Strait, and the outer coast of Washington. Includes the Panel's recommendations to the U.S. Department of Transportation and the State of Washington, the rationales, and discussion of the proposals that were not recommended.
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