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Sinking and Submerging Oil Spill Risks

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18-08-002January 2018October 2020
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Author(s) Department of Ecology, Spills Preparedness Section
Description Spills involving oils that may submerge or sink below the surface of water may require different spill planning approaches for detection, response, and recovery.
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Keywords submerge, oil spill risk, hydrocarbons, habitat, PAH, oil, oil spill, oil spill response equipment, sinking oil