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Building Community Resilience to Large Oil Spills

What could communities, government officials, nongovernment organizations, businesses, and scientists do to build community resilience to large oil spills? Answering that question was the goal of CRGC researchers as they researched and wrote their final report, Building Community Resilience to Large Oil Spills: Findings and Recommendations from a Synthesis of Research on the Mental Health, Economic, and Community Distress Associated with the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.

Blue Crabs, Survey Panels, and More

CRGC researchers have been busy publishing new research. Two of note: Jacqueline Fiore, Craig Bond, and Shanthi Nataraj released a working paper on “The Impact of the Deepwater Horizon Spill on Commercial Blue Crab Landings”; and Andrew Parker, Amanda Edelman, Katherine Carman, and Melissa Finucane have a journal article “On the Need for Prospective Disaster Survey Panels.” Many more papers are available, linked from our website. View all research results »

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The region may be facing a different threat right now, but the overarching findings of "Building Community Resilience to Large Oil Spills" remain highly relevant. Stay safe, Louisiana and Texas!
www.resilientgulf.org/2020/08/27/building-community-resilience-to-large-oil-spills/
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