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VEAT 2000 - Vessel Entries and Transits for Washington Waters

Publication number Date Published
01-08-004June 2001
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Author(s) Laura Stratton
Description Basic data on vessel traffic in Puget Sound, Columbia River, and Grays Harbor. Covers tank ships and tank barges of any tonnage and the following vessel types of 300 gross tons and larger: cargo and passenger vessels, commercial fishing vessels, and ferries. Lists data by vessel destination and vessel type.
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Keywords marine issues, cargo, barge, vessel, Columbia River, fish, tank, river, water, Puget Sound, ship, marine safety, pollution prevention, oil spill

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