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click to download fileThe Exxon Valdez Oil Spill (EVOS) Legacy: Shifting Paradigms In Oil Ecotoxicology
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Oil is much more toxic to coastal fish, birds, and mammals than previously predicted. Paper summarizes current Exxon Valdez oil spill science findings and puts findings in context of shifting paradigm for new understanding of oil toxicity. Policy implications of this new understanding are discussed.




click to download file Erin Brockovich Joins The Alaska Forum's EVOS Legacy Project
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Alaska Forum Evos Legacy News Articles






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click to download fileEVOS Legacy "New Science" part 1
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click to download fileEVOS Legacy "New Science" part 2
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EVOS Legacy-New Science, parts 1 and 2: Summary off new scientific understanding of longterm and population-level effects of oil spills on fish, birds, and marine mammals. Inadequacies of existing federal laws to protect health of coastal fish and wildlife from low-level chronic oil pollution are discussed.


click to download fileEVOS Legacy "Ecosystem Effects" part 1
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click to download fileEVOS Legacy "Ecosystem Effects" part 2
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EVOS Legacy-Ecosystem Effects, parts 1 and 2: Technical summary of long-term ecosystem responses in coastal Prince William Sound, Alaska, to the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Inadequacies of existing federal laws to protect health of coastal ecosystem from low-level chronic oil pollution are discussed.