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|Main Title||Assessing the Social Impacts of Oil Spills. Proceedings of an Invitational Symposium Co-Sponsored by the Institute on Man and Science and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Held at Rensselaerville, New York on September 25-28, 1973.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.;Institute on Man and Science, Rensselaerville, N.Y.|
|Stock Number||PB-257 726|
|Additional Subjects||Oil pollution ; Social effect ; Meetings ; Sources ; Environmental impacts ; Damage ; Economic factors ; Legislation ; Corporations ; Systems analysis ; Measurement ; Political science ; Government policies ; Ecology ; Compensation ; Coasts ; Recreation ; Oil spills|
This report presents the results of 1973 invitational symposium held to encourage the development of techniques and methodologies in the assessment of the social impacts of oil spills. Sixty-three representatives of government, industry, the academic community, and environmental interest groups attended. The participants ranged from local citizens' group activists to national and international authorities on various aspects of the subject. The report, like the program it represents, is multifaceted, and divided into topic areas which correspond to the individual session themes.