JIP publishes Arctic oil spill results
Research shows that cold and ice extends time window for responding; in-situ burning and dispersant use appear especially effective
The feasibility or otherwise of responding effectively to an oil spill in ice-infested waters has for several years been one of the core questions in the often contentious debate about whether or not oil and gas development should take place in the Arctic offshore.
And, working on the basis that kno....
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Oil on water
Thickness of the slick
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