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|Main Title||Economic impacts of the S.S. Glacier Bay oil spill : final technical report /|
|Report Number||MMS 90-0081|
|Subjects||Oil spills--Environmental aspects--Alaska--Kenai Peninsula ; Oil spills--Environmental aspects--Alaska--Cook Inlet ; Oil spills--Economic aspects--Alaska--Kenai Peninsula ; Oil spills--Economic aspects--Alaska--Cook Inlet ; Tankers--Accidents--Environmental aspects--Alaska--Kenai Peninsula ; Tankers--Accidents--Environmental aspects--Alaska--Cook Inlet ; Pacific Ocean--Cook Inlet|
|Additional Subjects||Glacier Bay (Tanker)|
|Collation||1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm.|
Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche. "Northern Economics." "Social and Economic Studies"--Cover. "November 1990." "MMS 90-0081." "Contract no. 14-35-0004-60133." Item 671-F (MF). Includes bibliographical references.
Describes the S.S. Glacier Bay oil spill in Cook Inlet on July 2, 1987, during the sockeye salmon run. Purpose of the study is to develop a methodology and analyze the direct economic effects of the spill. Provides thorough documentation of events occurring during the spill; response and cleanup efforts; compensation procedures; and estimates of the costs involved in each activity, particularly fishing, to all groups involved.