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Claire B. Rubin has 40 years of experience as a researcher, consultant, and educator in the fields of emergency management and homeland security.
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Tag Archives: environment
America’s Gulf Coast; A Long Term Recovery Plan after the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, 130 pp. Sept.29, 2010. The report does not have a table of contents or an executive summary. The only summary I could find was the press … Continue reading
In an article titled All Together Now, there is a discussion of the coordination needed at the federal level for disasters generally and for an oil spill in particular. The article is subtitled: Collaboration-minded feds discover that getting agencies to … Continue reading
Some good news is always welcome. Gulf Spill May Defy Darkest Predictions, NY Times, Sept. 13. Nevertheless, not everyone is optimistic. Some additional scientific work indicates significant amounts of oil have settled to the floor of the seabed. Scientists Find … Continue reading
Scientists Dispute Government Stance on the Lingering Effects of Gulf Oil. ProPublica, August 17, 2010. …scientists seemed, on the whole, rather skeptical when a government report said most of the oil from BP’s well was gone from the Gulf of … Continue reading
Worries about recovery come to the foreground, now that the well has been capped. See As oil spill cleanup shifts gears, gulf residents fear they’ll be forgotten. The [LA] state government said this week that erosion eats away 29 square … Continue reading
Yesterday we reported the official estimate that almost 5 million barrels of oil have been released into the gulf, yet, everyone seems to be asking the same question: Where did it all go? A couple of interesting sources are available … Continue reading
New spill estimates released August 2 suggest that 4.9 million barrels of oil (give or take 10%), or 205,000,000 gallons have been released from the Deepwater Horizon oil well. Of that, they estimate that about 16%, or 800,000 barrels (33.6 million … Continue reading