Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) maps provide a concise summary of coastal resources at risk if an oil spill occurs nearby.

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.

GOODS is an online tool that helps GNOME users access base maps and publicly available ocean currents and winds from various models and data sources, and convert them to GNOME-compatible format.

Contingency planners use the software tool, TAP, to help protect regions against likely oil spills.

Gulf of Mexico ERMA integrates key information to support environmental and severe-weather responses in the Gulf of Mexico.

The CAFE database is a software program that helps responders assess environmental impacts to biological species from chemical or oil spills into aquatic environments.

This unit converter was designed for oil spill responders but should be useful to many others.

The online Selection Guide for Oil Spill Response Countermeasures is an interactive tool that gives oil spill responders the means to evaluate more quickly and easily less familiar response options for potential use during a spill.

ICS forms are used by people responding to various emergencies. We offer a free ICS forms database (and a customizable version) that allows you to edit, manage, and archive the ICS forms on your computer.

Several spill response planning tools have been created to help oil spill planners and responders assess system performance of oil spill response methods, including mechanical recovery of oil, the application of dispersant, and in situ burning of oil.