The burning question in ice conditions
Arctic oil spill JIP publishes report on the effectiveness of in-situ burning in a response to an oil spill in ice-laden water
As companies such as Shell turn their eyes to the Arctic seas as a new frontier for the discovery and development of oil resources, some people are skeptical about the possibility of cleaning up an oil spill, should some accident occur in the ice-laden waters of the far north. Can oil realistically....
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Depends on ice conditions
Issues to consider
Testing the dynamics of burning oil in ice
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