Science for Alaska Lecture Series
Science for Alaska Guides 2011
Links to all the reading lists for the Fairbanks 2011 Lecture Series, including this one.
America’s Gulf Coast: a long term recovery plan after the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, Ray Mabus, New Orleans: Deepwater Horizon Incident Joint Information Center, 2010.
Assessing the effects of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill on human health: workshop summary, Margaret A. McCoy and Judith A. Salerno,. Washington DC: National Academies Press, 2010.
Blowout in the Gulf: The BP oil spill disaster and the future of energy in America, William R. Freudenburg and Robert Gramling, Cambridge: MIT Press, 2010.
Anastas, Paul T., et al. (2010). Designing science in a crisis: The Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Environmental Science and Technology, 44 (24), 9250-9251.
Davies, S. (2010). Deep oil dilemma: explosion and sinking of Deepwater Horizon. Engineering and Technology, 5 (8), 44-49.
Kerr, R.A. et al. (2010). Gulf oil disaster: five questions on the spill. Science 328 (5891), 962-963.
Margolis, Mac. (2011) Top 100 stories of 2010 #1: Worst oil spill of all time and a future full of oil. Discover 32(1), 15-18.
Powell, Corey S. (2011) Top 100 stories of 2010 #25: Steven Chu finally brings much needed science into energy policy. Discover 32(1), 42-43.
Rotkin-Ellman, Miriam, Kathleen M. Navarro, and Gina M. Solomon. (2010). Gulf oil spill air quality monitoring: lessons learned to improve emergency response. Environmental Science and Technology, 44 (22), 8365-8366.
Solomon, Gina M. and Sarah Janssen. (2010). Health effects of the Gulf oil spill. Journal of the American Medical Association, 304 (10), 1118-1119.
Stokstad, Erik. (2010). Diving into the oil spill. Science, 330 (6011), 1608.
Witze, Alexandra. (2011) White House Science Adviser discusses next two years. Science News 179 (2) 32.