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New NLM page on Crude Oil Spills and Human Health

Posted by on April 28th, 2010 Posted in: Emergency Preparedness and Response, NLM Resources


A new page of links to information on “Crude Oil Spills and Health” is now available.

 The page has links to information on how the US responds to oil spills, state agencies in the Gulf region that respond to spills, occupational hazards for professionals and volunteers assisting with clean-up, seafood safety and more. The links under “Featured Sites” focus on the latest updates about the recent spill and subsequent controlled burning of crude oil in the Gulf of Mexico following the explosion and sinking of the Deepwater Horizon Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit oil platform. 

The page will continue to expand as needed.

[From the Disastr-Outreach-Lib discussion group, which is provided by the Disaster Information Management Research Center, U.S. National Library of Medicine.]

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