Did you know that the beautiful sand beaches of southern California were once home to some of the earliest offshore oil rigs?
See photos and learn about this region's long history with oil along its coast.
We have scheduled our autumn Science of Oil Spills (SOS) class for the week of October 3, 2016 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
SOS training helps oil spill responders increase their understanding of oil spill science when analyzing spills and making risk-based decisions.
Small recreational and commercial vessels account for 75 percent of the oil spilled in waters around Washington's Puget Sound over the last 10 years.
Learn about efforts from Washington Sea Grant and partners who are launching a new program to prevent small oil spills with boaters.
The Florida Microplastic Awareness Project is giving people the opportunity to glimpse into Florida's waters and see a microscopic world of plastic pollution up close.
This project integrates citizen science with education about microplastics.
The programs of the CAMEO software suite are designed to help prepare for and respond to chemical emergencies.
Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) maps provide a concise summary of coastal resources at risk if an oil spill occurs nearby.
ERMA is an online mapping tool integrating static and real-time data in a centralized, easy-to-use format for environmental responders and decision makers.
ADIOS is an oil spill response tool that models how different types of oil weather in the marine environment.
GNOME is a software modeling tool used to predict the possible route pollutants might follow on the water's surface.
The CAFE database is a software program that helps responders assess environmental impacts to biological species from chemical or oil spills into aquatic environments.
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