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ID R-1-94-PW
Abstract Chief Scientists: Paul Carlson, Keith Kvenvolden. Data (Smith-MacIntyregrab) of field activity R-1-94-PW in Prince William Sound, Gulf of Alaska from 09/05/1994 to 09/09/1994
Project/Theme Fate of Spilled Oil in Prince William Sound, Alaska
National Plan environmental
Chief Scientist Paul Carlson
Keith Kvenvolden
Platform Rainier
Area of Operation Prince William Sound, Gulf of Alaska, Prince William Sound, AK
Bounding Coordinates
61.50000
-149.50000    -145.00000
59.50000
Dates 09/05/1994 (JD 248) to 09/09/1994 (JD 252)
Analog Materials list
Crew
Paul Carlson Chief Scientist, USGS Western Region
Keith Kvenvolden Chief Scientist, USGS Western Region
Russell Arnold Captain
Art Francis Lt. Cmdr
Dave Meander Lt.
Don Haynes
Equipment Used
Smith-MacIntyregrab
Purpose
fate of spilled oil (1989 & 1964)
Summary
4 deep water stations sampled; 17 beaches explored and 9 tar samples brought 
back
Notes
(From 9/16/94 USGS bulletin)  The RAINIER piggy-back cruise to collect
hydrocarbon samples in Prince William Sound, with Paul Carlson and Keith
Kvenvolden aboard, was so successful that they kicked us off 6 days early.
NOAA was extremely cooperative, placing a Boston Whaler and driver at our
disposal every day.  This allowed us to explore 17 beaches and we returned
with 9 tar samples.  We also used the RAINIER one day to re-occupy four deep
water (285-747m) fjord stations sampled from the FARNELLA (5/89) within the
trajectory of the 1989 EXXON VALDEZ spill. Coupled with spectacularly clear
weather, we had a great trip.- Paul Carlson
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.
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