This project assessed the changes in acute and sublethal toxicity due to the use of herders as an oil spill response tool.
Examining ways to affordably monitor shoreline biota.
Addressing freshwater inputs to circulation models
Improving ocean circulation models to better inform oil spill trajectory models
Observing various characteristics of the ocean currents and water to improve understanding oil movement
Determining the use of different near-shore habitats in Prince William Sound
Providing information on the oil-degrading microbes
Understanding the impacts of oil exposure on juvenile stages of Arctic cod
Modeling subsurface sea ice to predict oil spreading