THE M/V SELENDANG AYUOIL SPILL SUBSISTENCE SEAFOOD SAMPLING PROGRAM AND PUBLIC HEALTH EVALUATION PROCESS

@inproceedings{Mauseth2008THEMS,
  title={THE M/V SELENDANG AYUOIL SPILL SUBSISTENCE SEAFOOD SAMPLING PROGRAM AND PUBLIC HEALTH EVALUATION PROCESS},
  author={Gary S. Mauseth and Sharon Svarny-Livingston and Scott M. Arnold and Gerald M. Erickson},
  year={2008}
}
ABSTRACT On December 8, 2004, the M/V Selendang AYU, a bulk freighter, ran aground on the western shoreline of Unalaska Island, Alaska, spilling an estimated 339,538 gallons of intermediate fuel oil and 14,680 gallons of marine diesel. A primary concern arising from this incident was the potential contamination of traditional subsistence seafood resources consumed by tribal members and others on Unalaska Island. The process of addressing this concern consisted of the following components: 1… CONTINUE READING

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