1993 International Oil Spill Conference Issues Call For Papers

The 13th biennial International Oil Spill Conference on the prevention, behavior, control and cleanup of oil spills will be held March 29 to April 1,1993 at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Florida. The conference will be sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard, the American Petroleum Institute and the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency.

The conference committee is inviting interested parties to submit technical, scientific, socio-economic and legal papers as well as poster presentations for the 1993 conference.

As in the past, previously unpublished papers will be accepted for oral presentation at technical sessions and publication in the proceedings.

Papers are particularly sought in: case histories of specific spills; cleanup operations; contingency planning; spill cleanup cooperatives; dispersants, bioremediation and in-situ burning; disposal methods/policies; extreme weather response; fate and effects of oil/dispersed oil; IMO's International Convention on Oil Pollution (1990); international agreements and responses; leak detection and underground storage tank spills; natural resource damage assessment; natural resource trustee issues; implementation of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990; and many more issues. The deadline for receipt of abstracts is May 15, 1992.

For further information, mail inquiries to 1993 International Oil Spill Conference, 655 15th Street, NW Suite 300, Washington, D.C.

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