DIVER is a data management tool initially developed for the damage assessment resulting from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

The tool serves as a centralized data repository, which you can use to find and download diverse sets of validated environmental data from the Gulf of Mexico and the coastal US.

We have developed a series of sampling guidelines for collecting high-priority, time-sensitive, ephemeral data in the Arctic after an oil spill to support Natural Resource Damage Assessment and other oil spill science.

This report from 2005, Predicting Toxicity to Amphipods from Sediment Chemistry, is intended for risk assessors, field biologists, and research scientists interested in the development and application of methods for evaluating the ecological risks associated with chemicals in sediments.

SQuiRTs is a set of double-sided, color cards that help evaluate potential risks from contaminated water, sediment, or soil.

The Coastal Hazardous Waste Site Reports are an initial evaluation of potential injury to NOAA trust resources from identified hazardous waste sites.

In addition to scientific studies, NOAA uses a variety of economic methods to assess natural resource injuries.

Query Manager is a database standard and query tool that can be used to access analytical chemistry for sediment, tissue, water and oil, in addition to sediment and water toxicity data.