The Coastal Response Research Center (CRRC) is a partnership between the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Response and Restoration (ORR) and the University of New Hampshire (UNH). The goal of CRRC is to reduce the consequences of spills and other hazards that threaten coastal environments and communities and to serve as a hub for the local, national and international oil spill communities.

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Publications

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2017 State-of the Science of Dispersants and Dispersed Oil (DDO) in U.S. Arctic Waters: Degradation and Fate, Coastal Response Research Center (CRRC)

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2017 State-of-the-Science of Dispersants and Dispersed Oil (DDO) in U.S. Arctic Waters: Efficacy & Effectiveness, Coastal Response Research Center (CRRC)

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2017 State-of the Science of Dispersants and Dispersed Oil (DDO) in U.S. Arctic Waters: Physical Transport and Chemical Behavior, Coastal Response Research Center (CRRC)

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2018 State-of the Science of Dispersants and Dispersed Oil (DDO) in U.S. Arctic Waters: Eco-Toxicity and Sublethal Impacts, Coastal Response Research Center (CRRC)

Workshop Reports

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2016 NRPT: Addressing Public Concerns During Spill Response, Coastal Response Research Center (CRRC)

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2016 NRPT: Natural Disaster Causing Technology Disasters in Mobile Bay Area, Coastal Response Research Center (CRRC)

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2016 NRPT: Oil Spill Response Options for the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary, Coastal Response Research Center (CRRC)

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2017 DWH Long-Term Data Management Coordination Workshop Report, Coastal Response Research Center (CRRC)

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2017 SCAT (Shoreline Cleanup Assessment Technique) Workshop Report, Coastal Response Research Center (CRRC)