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Connor Radtke ENG 123 Steve Ryan 11-Sep-16 Topic: Long term effects of an oil spill on the surrounding area that was impacted. References Bue, B. G., Sharr, S., & Seeb, J. E. (1998). Evidence of damage to pink salmon populations inhabiting Prince William Sound, Alaska, two generations after the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society , 127 (1), 35-43. Retrieved from https://www.sciencebase.gov/catalog/item/5053b346e4b097cd4fcec9c3 This article presents the long term impacts that salmon fisheries endured following the Exxon Valdez Oil spill in Alaska. Specifically, the article notes that embryo mortalities were elevated in the years following the spill. This article was written for the State of Alaska Department of Fish and Game and then formally published as a research article in Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, thus it is likely both credible and reliable. Geraci, J., Aubin, D. (Ed) (2012). Sea mammals and oil: confronting the risks . Elsevier. This book is about the long term effects chemicals and petroleum have on the marine environment and the mammals that inhabit it. It goes into specific detail regarding the impact on sea otters, cetaceans, pinnipeds, polar bears, and manatees. The book was published by the
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