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VEAT 2019 - Vessel Entries and Transits for Washington Waters

 
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20-08-004March 2020
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Author(s) Spill Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Program
Description This Vessel Entries And Transits (VEAT) data is offered by the Washington State Department of Ecology in response to public requests for information about commercial vessel traffic in Washington waters. The data identifies vessels tracked by Ecology. These include: cargo and passenger vessels 300 gross tons and larger; and tank ships and tank barges, transporting oil, of any tonnage. Starting in 2007, VEAT data classifies tankers carrying edible oil or tallow as tank ships and not cargo & passenger (C&P) vessels. This change reflects the change in the definition of "oil" under Washington State law. VEAT lists data by vessel destination and vessel type, and does not reflect specific products or commodities transported or delivered.
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Keywords data collection, vessel traffic, data report, vessel, data, Grays Harbor, Columbia River, Strait of Juan de Fuca, Puget Sound, Strait of Georgia, Haro Strait
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