Oil Spill Detection and Mapping in Low Visibility and Ice : Surface Remote Sensing

  title={Oil Spill Detection and Mapping in Low Visibility and Ice : Surface Remote Sensing},
  author={Greg Warbanski},
  • Greg Warbanski
  • Published 2013
Over the past four decades, the oil and gas industry has made significant advances in being able to detect, contain and clean up spills in Arctic environments. To further build on existing research, increase understanding of potential impacts of oil on the Arctic marine environment, and improve the technologies and methodologies for oil spill response, in January 2012, the international oil and gas industry launched a collaborative four-year effort – the Arctic Oil Spill Response Technology… CONTINUE READING
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