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NOAA and its partners issued a wide range of publications and fact sheets to inform the scientific community and the public about the Deepwater Horizon spill and ongoing response, assessment, restoration, and recovery activities.
Additional fact sheets were created and translated into various languages including Spanish and Vietnamese. Some of these fact sheets are posted on the NOAA Southeast Fisheries website.
Reports from interagency panel on subsurface oil
Reports from scientific missions of NOAA ships, NOAA planes, and other research vessels
Interagency report on initial fate of the oil.
Analysis and findings from subsurface oil monitoring program
Protocols and documents on seafood testing
Summary tables, data and maps on birds, sea turtles and marine mammals collected
DWH oil, oil spill response and resource index
Natural Resources Damage Assessment process
Fish stocks, fisheries closures, seafood safety testing
Coral reefs, coastal habitats, ocean effects
Effects on the spill
Surface oil, subsurface oil, response tools and techniques
Marine mammals, sea turtles, birds