Black tide: the Santa Barbara oil spill and its consequences, by Robert Easton. With an introduction by Ross Macdonald.

New York, Delacorte Press [1972] .

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Subjects Oil spills -- California -- Santa Barbara Channel.
Oil spills.
Pacific Ocean -- Santa Barbara Channel.
Description xvi, 336 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 298-317).
Contents Blowout -- A boiling ocean -- Oil off shore -- Lines of defense -- Action in Washington -- Oil on shore -- The stinking mess -- A national issue -- The politics of pollution -- Crisis ended -- Backgrounds -- Crisis resumed -- "The President may save us" -- "Congress may save us" -- "The courts may save us" -- God helps those who help themselves -- How did the blowout happen? -- Repercussions in the oil industry -- Socio-political repercussions I : to the President's message -- Socio-political repercussions II : to two more platforms -- Physical and ecological consequences -- Financial and legal consequences -- Comments in conclusion.
Geographic Area California
Network Numbers (OCoLC)221255
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WorldCat Identities Easton, Robert Olney.
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