Exxon Valdez Oil Spill documents and items are available in a number of formats and locations (as of 25 February 2020):
Digital files available at Alaska Resources Library & Information Services (ARLIS): Over the last several years, the Trustee Council funded a multi-phased digitization project, undertaken to make information available to the public in a digital format that provides accessibility past the lifespan of the Council. Numerous documents have been digitized and indexed to facilitate public and digital access, including:
Also Available at ARLIS:
The previous FAQs, Links, and Unique Resources at ARLIS document (22 March 2019).
Available at the Alaska State Library:
The established procedure for accessing data from the Archives is straightforward, given that the material being sent to the Archives is itemized, easy to identify, and included in a comprehensive index which will be available on the ARLIS website as well as the EVOSTC website, and will be maintained at the Archives as well.
Available at the Geological Materials Center:
Indexes to all documents will be maintained by ARLIS and EVOSTC, and on their respective websites, so that researchers and others may easily identify documents and digital files available at ARLIS, the State Library and the State Archives.
Disposition of the EVOS/EVOSTC Collections to these repositories enables the collections to be protected and retained in perpetuity while remaining accessible in digital and other formats to researchers and the public. EVOSTC document organization and preservation is consistent with the current phase of the Council, and dovetails with the completion of the digitization projects discussed above.