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Beaufort Sea Project Reprints - Permission to Reprint

In the 1970s, the energy (oil) industry and government worked together to do fundamental and important research regarding the impact of off-shore oil exploitation in the Arctic, with much work done on-site in the Beaufort Sea area. Our desire is to make this body of scientific knowledge related to the impacts of drilling for oil in the off-shore Arctic regions available for educational purposes.

We are pleased to have received permission from the Government of Canada to reprint these books and bring them back for consideration in the context of renewed interest in Canada and other circumpolar countries in off-shore drilling in the Arctic.

Permission to Reprint Beaufort Sea Project Summaries

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