MAY 8, 2015--Chemical herders, can be applied to oil slicks to make them thicker and more stable, which creates conditions that are easier for burning in open water (in situ burn).
Articles from May 8, 2015
MAY 8, 2015--On Thursday, April 30, 2015, Sarah Lowe, NOAA Marine Debris Program Great Lakes Regional Coordinator, gave a marine debris presentation to the American Chemical Society (ACS) to wrap up a series of ACS Earth Month Science Lectures and events in Midland, Michigan.
MAY 8, 2015--In support of the NOS Roadmap and with the primary goal of improving emergency response capabilities across NOS, OR&R, and Office for Coastal Management teamed up to plan and execute a one-day drill that simulated a small-scale tsunami wave inundating the east coast.
MAY 8, 2015--Teams who train together play better. This spring OR&R, the Texas General Land Office (TGLO), and the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) put that thought into action.
MAY 8, 2015--On April 30, 2015, Scientific Support Coordinator Ed Levine was part of a panel discussion concerning crude oil transportation on railways.
MAY 8, 2015--Along with other federal colleagues, Nickie Scillo was an honoree at the Seattle Federal Executive Board's 2015 Public Service Award Ceremony.