< > D183 - A Guide to Oiled Wildlife Response Planning : IPIECA Report Series Volume 13

Author(s) /Editors Nijkamp, N., Clumpner, C., Thomas, T. & Conroy, J. (with further contributors: see Acknowledgements)
Publishing Organisation International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA), London, UK
Wildpro Website Link Website Ref - W554 - International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA)
Date most recently updated 2004
ISSN (Or other code, if issued) --

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Accidental oil spills, including oil tanker spills, non-tanker ship spills, pipelines, oil production platforms and tank farms, may cause serious problems for coastal and marine wildlife, especially birds, mammals and reptiles. On a worldwide scale, oiled wildlife incidents occur less frequently than oil spill incidents, simply because not every oil spill causes a wildlife problem. However, if a wildlife problem does occur as a consequence of the oil spill incident, the success of oiled wildlife rehabilitation, and an adequate assessment of environmental impacts, will depend on a comprehensive wildlife response plan.

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D183.w1 Preface
D183.w2 Introduction
D183.w3 Effects of oil on wildlife
D183.w4 Resources at risk
D183.w5 Objectives of oiled wildlife response
D183.w6 Response activities
D183.w7 Operational aspects
D183.w8 Health and safety
D183.w9 Response planning
D183.w10 Appendix 1
D183.w11 Appendix 2
D183.w12 Appendix 3
D183.w13 Acknowledgements

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