Investigating the fate of oil under ice
Arctic oil spill JIP researches model for assessing conditions for successful mechanical recovery or dispersion of spilled oil
As part of a series of reports on Arctic oil spill response technologies, the Arctic Oil Spill Technology Joint Industry Program, or JIP, has published a new report on the state of current knowledge about what may happen to spilled oil that becomes trapped under sea ice. The fate of oil under or in....
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Droplet size and water turbulence
Many types of ice
USGS develops model for oil ball tracking
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