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lina): Determining Oil Quantity from
Marsh Surface Area
Bart J. Baca, Jacqueline Michel and
Timothy W. Kana, Research Planning
Institute, Inc., Columbia, South Carolina;
Nancy G. Maynard, President's Office of
Science and Technology Policy, Wash- ington, D.C.
Multivariate Analysis of Petroleum Hy- drocarbon Weathering in the Subarctic
James R. Payne, Bruce E. Kirstein, G.
Daniel McNabb, Jr., James L. Lambach,
Celso de Oliveira, Randolph E. Jordan and Wilson Horn, Science Applications,
Inc., La Jolla, California
Composition and Fate of Clean Ballast
Water Discharged from Crude Oil Tankers
Jerry M. Neff, Battelle New England Ma- rine Research Laboratory, Duxbury, Mas- sachusetts; James P. Marum, Mobil Oil
Company, New York, New York; Scott
Warner, Battelle Columbus Laboratories,
Exposure of Abarenicola pacifica to Oiled
Sediment: Effects on Glycogen Content and Alterations in Sediment-Bound Hy- drocarbons
John M. Augenfeld, Jack W. Anderson,
Steven L. Kiesser and Gilbert W. Felling- ham, Battelle, Marine Research Labora- tory, Sequim, Washington; Robert G.
Riley and Berta L. Thomas, Battelle,
Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Richland,
Washington 2:00 p.m. Mission Room B
Session 13: Socio-Economic
Chairman: John Fitzpatrick, Gulf Oil
Corp., Washington, D.C.
Vice Chairman: Ron DeNoville, Crawford and Company, Atlanta, Georgia
The Cost of Oil Spills
I.C. White and J.A. Nichols, the Inter- national Tanker Owners Pollution Feder- ation Ltd., London, England
Method for Conducting Oil Pollution
Liability Insurance Survey
Michael K. Breslin, Clean Environment
Engineers, San Francisco, California
The International Oil Pollution Compen- sation Fund
Reinhard H. Ganten, International Oil
Pollution Compensation Fund, London,
Multivariate Analysis of Worldwide
Norman F. Meade and Thomas F. La-
Pointe, National Oceanic and Atmos- pheric Administration, Washington, D.C.;
Robert C. Anderson, American Petro- leum Institute, Washington, D.C.
The Law and Practice of Assessing
Damages to Natural Resources
James S. Mattson, Mattson and Pave,
Washington, D.C.; Allen van Emmerik,
U.S. Department of Justice, Washington,
Risk Control Management for Oil Spills
Leo Kiebala, Crawford and Company,
Atlanta, Georgia 2:00 p.m. Fiesta Room
Session 14: Nearshore Dispersant
Chairman: Clayton McAuliffe, Chevron
Oil Field Research Co., La Habra,
Vice Chairman: Richard A. Griffiths, U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency,
Edison, New Jersey
The BIOS Project — An Update
Peter J. Blackall and Gary A. Sergey,
Environment Canada, Edmonton, Alberta,
Effect of Spills of Dispersed and Non-
Dispersed Oil on Intertidal Infaunal Com- munity Structure
Edward S. Gilfillan, David S. Page, S.A.
Hanson, J.C. Foster, J.R. Hotham, D.
Vallas and R.P. Gerber, Bowdoin College,
Brunswick, Maine; S.D. Pratt, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island
Long Term Fate of Dispersed and Un- dispersed Crude Oil in Two Nearshore
David S. Page, Edward S. Gilfillan, J.C.
Foster, J.R. Hotham, R.P. Gerber, D,
Vallas, S.A. Hanson, E. Pendergast, S.
Herbert and L. Gonzalez, Bowdoin Col- lege, Brunswick, Maine
The Use of Flow-Through Fluorometry for Tracking Dispersed Oil
David Green, Blair Humphrey and Brian
Flower, Seakem Oceanography, Ltd.,
Sidney, British Columbia, Canada
Thursday, March 3 8:30 a.m. River Room
Session 15: Natural Resource
Damage Assessment (A Panel Discssion)
Chairman: George Kinter, U.S. Depart- ment of Commerce, Washington, D.C.
Nancy Maynard, U.S. Department of
Commerce, Washington, D.C.
Jack R. Gould, American Petroleum
Institute," Washington, D.C.
Bruce Blanchard, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C.
Ian C. White, International Tanker Own- ers Pollution Federation, Ltd., London,
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