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Gulf of Mexico oil spill : impacts, responses and prevention.


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Portland, Maine : University of Maine School of Law, [2011]
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  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • pages 245-568 ; 23 cm
Special issue of Ocean and coastal law journal, volume 16, number 2 (2011). Cover title.
Includes bibliographical references
  • Articles. The Deepwater Horizon incident / Charles H. Norchi
  • The value of a pelican : an overview of the natural resource damage assessment under federal and Louisiana law / Melissa Trosclair Daigle
  • Shortcomings and solutions : reforming the Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas framework in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon disaster / Andrew Hartsig
  • Deepwater Horizon natural resource damages assessment : where does the money go? / Nicholas J. Lund and NIki L. Pace
  • Spills of national significance and state nullification / Russell V. Randle
  • Dispersants : the lesser of the two evils or a cure worse than the disease? / Catherine Kilduff and Jaclyn Lopez
  • Harnessing the ocean's power : opportunities in renewable ocean energy resources / Todd J. Griset
  • Time for a department of the environment / Alan B. Sielen
  • Oil and fisheries in the Gulf of Mexico / Ashley McCrea-Strub and Daniel Pauly
  • Comment. Drawing lines in the disappearing sand : a re-evaluation of shoreline rights and regimes a quarter century after Bell v. Town of Wells / Michael P. Dixon.
University of Maine. School of Law.
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