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Black tide: the Santa Barbara oil spill and its consequences

Robert Olney Easton

Black tide: the Santa Barbara oil spill and its consequences

by Robert Olney Easton

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Published by Delacorte Press in New York .
Written in

    Places:
  • California,
  • Santa Barbara Channel.
    • Subjects:
    • Oil spills -- California -- Santa Barbara Channel.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [298]-317.

      Statementby Robert Easton. With an introd. by Ross Macdonald.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGC1556 .E2
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 336 p.
      Number of Pages336
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5708804M
      LC Control Number70178719

      The Santa Barbara oil spill—at the time the largest in history—placed a stain on the oil industry. Union Oil had obtained a waiver to case only a short section of its inclined A well, leaving a long openhole section, exposing the surrounding rock to the fluid in the wellbore (Mullineaux, ).   The Santa Barbara oil spill of released betw and , barrels of oil into the ocean, and it is, to date, the third largest oil spill in U.S. history. To put things into perspective, , barrels is about million US gallons. The Refugio oil spill .

      Water and Power: The Peripheral Canal and Its Alternatives. San Francisco: Friends of the Earth, Deverell, William. Railroad Crossings Californians and the Railroad, Berkeley: University of California Press, Easton, Robert. Black Tide: The Santa Barbara Oil Spill and Its Consequences. New York: Delacorte Press, Shelf Oil and Gas Extraction and Environmental, Economic and Social Impact Upon the Coastal Zone Before the Senate Committee on Commerce, 93d Cong., 2d Sess. (). The Santa Barbara Oil Spill resulted from a major blowout at an offshore oil drilling project in the Santa Barbara Channel in .

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Black tide: the Santa Barbara oil spill and its consequences by Robert Olney Easton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Black Tide: The Santa Barbara Oil Spill and Its Consequences Hardcover – January 1, by Robert Easton (Author), Ross Macdonald (Introduction) out of 5 stars 1 rating5/5(1). The Santa Barbara oil spill occurred in January and February in the Santa Barbara Channel, near the city of Santa Barbara in Southern was the largest oil spill in United States waters by that time, and now ranks third after the Deepwater Horizon and Exxon Valdez spills.

It remains the largest oil spill to have occurred in the waters off : Well blowout during drilling from offshore oil platform. Get print book. No eBook available. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.

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Black tide: the Santa Barbara oil spill and its consequences. New York, Delacorte Press []. Black tide: the Santa Barbara oil spill and its consequences, by Robert Easton. With an introd. by Ross Macdonald Delacorte Press New York Australian/Harvard Citation. Easton, Robert.Black tide: the Santa Barbara oil spill and its consequences, by Robert Easton.

Author Robert Easton documents Allen's efforts in the book, Black tide: the Santa Barbara oil spill and its consequences: Others were questioning Union’s estimates. At General Research Corporation, a Santa Barbara firm, a young scientist who flew over the slick daily, Alan A.

Allen, had become convinced that Union’s estimates of the. On Januan oil well off the coast of Santa Barbara, Calif., experienced a blowout. The result was an oil spill that at the time ranked as the largest in U.S.

waters. Steinhart, Carol E. & Steinhart, John S. Blowout; a case study of the Santa Barbara oil spill, by Carol E. Steinhart and John S. Steinhart. With a foreword by Walter J. Hickel Duxbury Press North Scituate, Mass. Wikipedia Citation. Inoil was found at the Ellwood Oil Field on the other side of Santa Barbara, and development of this new and rich pool was fast: the peak production inonly two years later, was million barrels (2, m 3) of oil.

As at the Summerland Oil Field, derricks went along piers into the ocean, and the cliffs were dotted with. This paper, an account of the Shetland Islands oil spill (), examines the public health controversies surrounding the spill and the clean- up response.

It critically examines the risk management policies of both the United Kingdom and the Shetland Islands Public Health Office, and suggests that the withholding of critical information contributed to increased anxiety and suspicion among the. How the Santa Barbara oil spill led to 50 years of coastal protections in California Three million gallons of oil began leaking from an offshore drilling site off the Santa Barbara coast in.

Robert Easton, Black Tide: The Santa Barbara Oil Spill and Its Consequences () Nearly 3, birds were confirmed dead. The survival rate for rescued birds was around 12%. Robert Olney Easton, Black Tide: The Santa Barbara Oil Spill and Its Consequences (New York, ); David Stradling and Richard Stradling, “Perceptions of the Burning River: Deindustrialization and Cleveland’s Cuyahoga River,” Environmental History, 13 (July ), –35; Jonathan H.

Adler, “Fables of the Cuyahoga: Reconstructing a History of Environmental Protection,”. Three and One-Half Years After the Santa Barbara Oil Spill: A Preliminary Report," Oil Spill Conference Proceedings pp. •Dye, L. "Blowout at Platform A." Doubleday & Co. •Easton, R.O. Black Tide: The Santa Barbara Oil Spill and its Consequences.

Delacourt Press. New York. •Gilmore et al. To mark the Santa Barbara oil spill’s one-year anniversary in Januarydemonstrators blockaded a pier along the beach. Some of the. Black Tide: The Santa Barbara Oil Spill and its Consequences.

Delacorte Press; Daniel Haier (31 Ocak ). "A Lasting Legacy of Offshore Drilling" UCSB Daily Nexus 85(68) Dış bağlantılar [değiştir | kaynağı değiştir] Santa Barbara Enerji Departmanı; petrol sızıntısı; Santa Barbara.

Robert Easton, Black Tide: The Santa Barbara Oil Spill and Its Consequences () Attribution: Santa Barbara News-Press Date: Exhibit Tags: newspaper articles Kathy Morales Source: [News Clipping, Santa Barbara News Press], Robert Sollen Collection, SBHC MSS UC Santa Barbara Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Box Nash: I was a year old-assistant professor in at the time of the Santa Barbara Oil Spill. Like most Santa Barbarans, I went down to the beach after the blowout on January 28 and watched the black tide come in. One response, as I just mentioned, was to head the committee that started the new environmental studies major the next year.

How an oil spill affects corals depends on the species and maturity of the coral (e.g., early stages of life are very sensitive to oil) as well as the means and level of exposure to oil. Exposing corals to small amounts of oil for an extended period can be just as harmful as large amounts of oil for a brief time.

The second and better account of the January Santa Barbara Channel oil spill and its aftermath &#; Lee Dye's Blowout at Platform A (), which was. “And then I walked down to the beach one day and it was a black tide there was oil and suddenly the postcard beaches of Santa Barbara were black.” Aerial of the Santa Barbara Oil Spill.

Crude oil floats on top of the water, making the spill particularly deadly for seabirds that dive into the water to catch fish.issues), drafts of writings, and related materials of the Santa Barbara author of Black Tide (on the Santa Barbara Oil Spill), Love and War: Pearl Harbor through V-J Day, and the acclaimed multi-volume Saga of California series.

Also includes materials on Sisquoc Ranch and Zaca Lake.R. EASTON, BLACK TIDE: THE SANTA BARBARA OIL SPILL AND ITS CONSEQUENCES, 8 (). 3. The oil flow, lasting from January 28 to February 7, was estimated at a rate of 21, gallons per day. See R.

EASTON, supra note 2, at 8. 4. The British government expressed its concerns to the Third Extraordinary Ses.