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Front Matter

Session 1: Readiness Assessment

Session 2: Case Studies: From the Past to the Future

Session 3: Laws and Policy

Session 4: Integrating Science Into Response I

Session 5: Response Technology: Dispersants

Session 6: Training



Session 7: Sunken Vessels

Session 8: Fate & Monitoring of Spilled Oil

Session 9: Wildlife Issues

Session 10: Response Technology: Dispersant Operations

Session 11: Training and Preparedness

Session 12: Global Perspectives

Session 13: Evolving Approaches To Mapping

Session 14: Natural Resource Damage I

Session 15: Response Technology: In-Situ Burning

Session 16: Communications & Stakeholder Engagement

Session 17: Arctic Planning

Session 18: Sub Surface Transport Modeling

Session 19: Integrating Science Into Response II

Session 20: Response Technology: Mechanical Recovery

Session 21: Spill Preparedness and Planning

Session 22: Coldwater Oil Spill Research

Session 23: Surveillance & Remote Sensing

Session 24: Transboundary Response

Session 25: New Aspects of Response Technologies

Session 26: Inland Spill Preparedness

Session 27: Oil In Ice Detection

Session 28: Surface Transport Modeling

Session 29: Hazardous/Noxious Substances (HNS)

Session 33: Fate of Spilled Diluted Bitumen

Additional Papers

Session 30: Risk and Response of Crude-By-Rail

Session 31: Health and Safety

Session 32: Arctic Spill Research

Session 34: Case Studies: Ecological Impacts

Session 35: Response Management

Session 36: Improvements In Preparedness

Session 37: Topics in Data Management and Sampling

Session 38: Shoreline Cleanup Assessment Techniques

Session 39: Industry/Interagency Cooperation

Session 40: Dispersant Topics

Session 41: Lessons Learned From Spill Preparedness 2851 Exercises

Session 42: Advances In Cold Water Response: Herding Agents

Session 43: Fate and Effects

Session 44: Natural Resource Damage II

Session 45: Unconventional Oil Issues

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