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Shoreline cleanup assessment technique (SCAT) manual .: En14-321/2018E-PDF

"The Shoreline Cleanup Assessment Technique (SCAT) is an accepted concept for the description and documentation of oiled shorelines. The field data provides systematic, science-based information that is evaluated by a spill management team as they decide on appropriate shoreline response priorities, treatment techniques and treatment completion endpoints. The process is flexible and adaptable for spill responses of different scales and in the full range of Canadian coastal environments. This Third Edition of the Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) SCAT Manual provides a best current (2016) practice guide for Canadian shorelines"--Executive summary, p. v.

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Publication information
Department/Agency Canada. Environment and Climate Change Canada.
Title Shoreline cleanup assessment technique (SCAT) manual .
Publication type Monograph
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Electronic document
Note(s) Issued also in French under title: Manuel de la technique d'évaluation et de restauration des rives (TERR).
Authors: Edward Owens, Helen Dubach and Doug Reimer. Cf. Acknowledgements.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 104-108).
Shoreline cleanup assessment technique (SCAT) manual -- Shoreline cleanup assessment technique (SCAT) manual : appendices - job aids.
Issued also in print format.
Publishing information Gatineau, QC : Environment and Climate Change Canada, 2018.
Author / Contributor Owens, E. H.
Dubach, Helen.
Reimer, Doug.
Description 2 v. (xii, 108; 73 p) : ill. (mostly col.)
ISBN 9780660263359
Catalogue number
  • En14-321/2018E-PDF
Edition 3rd ed.
Subject terms Oil spills
Management
Handbooks
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