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Response to Marine Oil Spills 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9781856093545
Published: August 2012
Publisher: Witherby Seamanship International
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback, A4
Price: £95.00



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The Response to 'Marine Oil Spills' 2012 2nd edition is a comprehensive review of the problems posed by marine oil spills and discusses all potential response measures. Written in a pragmatic style, it should benefit anyone involved in training programmes, contingency planning or actually responding to oil spills.

The publication contains a large number of case studies, including a section on the Deepwater Horizon incident. Throughout the book, reference is made to many specific responses and it is fully underpinned by photographs and diagrams.

Since its establishment in 1968, ITOPF has responded to several hundred shipping incidents worldwide providing objective technical advice on clean-up measures, environmental and economic effects, and compensation. ITOPF has also provided remote advice at numerous other incidents. The incidents have involved crude oil from tankers and bunker fuel, chemicals and bulk cargoes from all types of ship. Advice is also occasionally given about potential oil spills from other sources, including pipelines and offshore installations, and physical damage to coral reefs resulting from ship groundings.

The first-hand experience of ITOPF’s staff, gained through direct involvement in pollution incidents, is utilised during damage assessment, contingency planning and training assignments, as well as in the production of technical publications.

This is the ultimate reference aid for all ships that carry oil that may be involved in a pollution incident, whether it is from cargo oil or bunker fuel oil, for any jetty, pier, berth or quay that may have to deal with a marine pollution incident and for all other parties that may find themselves called to react to a pollution incident, such as the Coastguard, port authorities or State responders.

Subjects:
Energy and Natural Resources Law
Contents:
Chapter 1 Sources of Oil in the Marine Environment
Chapter 2 Fate of Marine Oil Spills
Chapter 3 Aerial Surveillance at Sea
Chapter 4 Oil on Shorelines
Chapter 5 Environmental Effects of Oil Spills
Chapter 6 Economic Effects of Oil Spills
Chapter 7 Containment and Recovery
Chapter 8 The Use of Dispersants
9.1 Strategy
Chapter 10 Disposal of Oil and Oiled Waste
Chapter 11 Contingency Planning
Chapter 12 Alternative Techniques
Further Reading
Other ITOPF Publications;