Report highlights need for response info
Says earlier formation of formal response team would have reduced public concern about Drift River status during Redoubt eruption
When the Redoubt Volcano on the west side of Alaska’s Cook Inlet started erupting in March 2009, the threat of damage to the Drift River Oil Terminal on the Cook Inlet coast at the base of the volcano, and the possibility of an ensuing oil spill from the oil storage tanks at the terminal, became an....
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