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Blowout in the Gulf by William R. Freudenburg, Robert Gramling

Blowout in the Gulf

Description : Explains both the disaster and the decisions that led up to it and argues that for the future the emphasis needs to be on prevention and that risk-management policies be based on better understandings of humans and hardware.

Subtitle : The BP Oil Spill Disaster and the Future of Energy in America

Authors : William R. Freudenburg, Robert Gramling

Published Date : 2011

Publisher : MIT Press

ISBN : 9780262015837

Page : 254 Pages

Categories : Nature

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