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Wetlander's Pick of the PostsAs New Risks Emerge in Producing and Transporting Oil, University of Washington Helps NOAA Plan for Spills

NOAA’s Response and Restoration Blog – January 31, 2014
From fracking to oil trains, the landscape of oil production and transportation in North America has been undergoing a major transformation in recent years. This transformation has implications for how NOAA’s Office of Response and Restoration prepares its scientific toolbox for dealing with oil spills. Our group of graduate students from the University of Washington is trying to provide NOAA with a picture of new or emerging risks that oil spill response plans need to adapt to. For full blog post, click here.

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