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Published: August 11, 2012


"I think the spill affected everyone everywhere,
and I would like to believe that all companies are working to prevent
that kind of disaster again."

Karen Devine

ARCO Captain

Cover: Extreme Conditions
Extreme Conditions: Big Oil and the Transformation
of Alaska

by John Strohmeyer

Cascade Press

Anchorage, Alaska

Out of print.

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Cover: Tankers Full of Trouble
Tankers Full of Trouble

by Eric Nalder

Grove Press

New York, New York

Out of print.

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this book through OutOfPrint.com

Cover: The Exxon Valdez Disaster
Exxon Valdez Disaster: Readings on a Modern Social Problem

by J. Steven Picou, Duane A. Gill, Maurie J. Cohen


Dubuque, Iowa

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Cover: Darkened Waters

by Nancy Lord

Worzalla Press

Stevens Point, Wisconsin

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