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Case: Tenyo Maru, WA

Laws and Regulation/Legal Documents

  1. Federal Register Notices

    1. Notice of Availability, Oil Spill Restoration Plan and Environmental Assessment, 65Federal Register5, 1165 (January 7, 2000).
  2. Consent Decrees/Related Documents

    1. Consent Decree,United States et al v. Maruha Corporation (formerly Taiyo Gyogyo K.K.) et al.,Civ. No. 94-1537 (W.D. Wash., Dec. 23, 1994).

Injury Assessment

  1. Aquatic Resources (Benthic, Fish, and Shellfish Resources)

    1. Washington Coastal Kelp Resources: Port Townsend to the Columbia River, Summer 1994.

Restoration

  1. Restoration Planning/Restoration Plan

    1. Final Restoration Plan and Evironmental Assessment for the Tenyo Maru Oil Spill, April 4, 2000 . Available inone fileor in sections:Cover, Front Matter, and Sections 1-2,Section 3,Sections 4-6, Tables, Figures, and Appendix A,Appendices B-E.
    2. Revised Draft Restoration Plan and Evironmental Assessment for the Tenyo Maru Oil Spill, December 30, 1999.File 1,File 2,File 3. Also available inHTML.
    3. Draft Restoration Plan and Evironmental Assessment for the Tenyo Maru Oil Spill, January 7, 1999.
    4. Emergency Towing Vessel Interim Report and Emergency Towing Vessel Supplemental Report, June 12, 2000, and August 8, 2000.
    5. Neah Bay Rescue Tug: Report to the Washington State Legislature, December 1, 2000.
    6. Agreement Restricting Use of Land, Waatch Valley land use agreement, August 27, 2002.
    7. Restoration of Common Murre Colonies in the Copalis National Wildlife Refuge, Washington—Phase I Final Report to theTenyo MaruTrustee Council, February 14, 2003.

Restoration Monitoring

  1. Monitoring Plan/Milestone Reports

    1. Ecological Projects

    2. Common Murres/Marbeled Murrelets Restoration

      1. Terrestrial Surveys of Marbeled Murrelets in the Pacific Coastal Region of the Western Olympic Peninsula and Southwest Washington 2001-2002, February 2003.
      2. Continued Monitoring of Common Murres on Tatoosh Island Final Report 1995, September 1996.
      3. Attendance and Reproductive Success of Tatoosh Island Common Murres Final Report 1996, November 1997.
      4. Replicate Aerial Photographic Censuses of Oregon Common Murre Colonies 1995, April 1996.
      5. Seabird-Prey-base Interaction: Final Report to the Tenyo Maru Trustee Council, February 1998.
      6. Attendance and Reproductive Success of Tatoosh Island Common Murres Final Report 1997, April 1998.
      7. Replicate Aerial Photographic Censuses of Oregon Common Murre Colonies, 1996-1997, February 2000.
      8. Distribution and Abundance of Marbled Murrelets and Common Murres in Relation to Marine Habitat on the Outer Coast of Washington: An Interim Report to theTenyo MaruTrustee Council, February 1996.
      9. Distribution and Abundance of Marbled Murrelets and Common Murres on the Outer Coast of Washington—1997 Completion Report to the Tenyo Maru Trustee Coucil,File 1,File 2.
      10. Distribution and Abundance of Marbled Murrelets and Common Murres on the Outer Coast of Washington: Summer 1997 through Winter 1998-1999, May 1999.File 1,File 2,File 3.
      11. Genetic Analyses of Common Murre (Uria aalge) Populations From British Columbia to California, with Emphasis on Restoration Planning in Washington, July 1999.File 1,File 2.
      12. Washington Common Murre Colony Surveys 1995, November 1995.
      13. Washington Common Murre Colony Surveys 1996, August 1997.
      14. Common Murre Colony Surveys, Washington Islands National Wildlife Refuge, 1997-1998, April 1999.File 1,File 2.

Public Outreach and Involvement

  1. Public Outreach

    1. Help Protect Marine Wildlife, poster.
    2. Help Protect Marine Wildlife, panel.
  2. Press Releases

    1. June 8, 2001, "Oil Spill Funds Purchase Old Growth."
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