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ID H-2-95-PW
Also Known As ERA E-1-95-PW
Abstract Chief Scientists: Paul Carlson, Keith Kvenvolden. Geological data (handsamplegrab) of field activity H-2-95-PW in Katalla, Prince William Sound, Alaska from 05/28/1995 to 05/31/1995
Project/Theme Fate of Spilled Oil in Prince William Sound, Alaska
National Plan ENVIRON
Chief Scientist Paul Carlson
Keith Kvenvolden
Activity Type Geological
Platform Helicopter
Area of Operation Katalla, Prince William Sound, Alaska, Prince William Sound, AK
Bounding Coordinates
61.50000
-149.50000    -145.00000
59.50000
Dates 05/28/1995 (JD 148) to 05/31/1995 (JD 151)
Analog Materials list
Information Specialist
Paul Carlson
Crew
Paul Carlson Chief Scientist, USGS Western Region
Keith Kvenvolden Chief Scientist, USGS Western Region
Dan May pilot
Equipment Used
handsamplegrab
Purpose
Determine types of hydrocarbons in PWS area and relate to 1989 & 1964
spills
Summary
Collected hydrocarbon samples at:
1) abandoned? Katalla Oilfield;
2) Port Etches, Ellamar, & Old Valdez
(former port areas serving PWS, but now abandon or defunct);
3) airport runways at Cordova
(main airport and small strip near town) and at Palmer.
4) also obtained splits of samples collected by AK Dept of Envir. Conserv.
from 3 beaches in PWS (Ellrington, Ingot, and Eleanor Islands).
Interviewed experienced PWS charter boat skipper about potential sites
(canneries, mines, hatcheries, and fox farms) of hydrocarbon useage
in PWS to aid in planning Sept.'95 piggyback cruise
on NOAA ship Rainier in PWS.
Publications
Carlson, Paul R., and others, 1997, Fate of spilled oil in Prince William Sound:
diary of a forensic geology study: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 
97-518, 87 p.
Got Help? For H-2-95-PW, we would appreciate any information on -- contract, days at sea, dive count, funding, information to be derived, kms of navigation, NGDC Info, notes, organization, owner, ports, project number, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, tabulated info.
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