The 1989 grounding of the Exxon Valdez in Prince William Sound presented an enormous technical challenge to resource managers in Alaska. Documenting injury to natural resources and fostering their restoration across hundreds of miles of poorly-studied coastline in a scientifically defensible manner were extremely difficult tasks, never before undertaken on such a grand scale.
Now it is possible to locate online much of the research that has been funded by the Trustee Council since the settlement, including annual and final reports for specific projects. If you have technical problems or need assistance locating a specific project report, please contact research staff.
|Number||Project Title||Restoration Category||Fiscal Year|
|19120114||LTM Program||Monitoring, Research||2019|
|14120111-R||HRM Program: Aerial Survey Support||Monitoring||2014|
|10100750-A||Nearshore Synthesis - Knight Island Sampling Amendment||Research||2010|
|10100750||Evaluation of Recovery and Restoration of Injured Nearshore Resources||Research||2010|
|080800||Cordova Center||General Restoration||2008|
|060783||Information Synthesis and Recovery||Research||2006|
|ES04||Contingent Valuation, Passive Use||Damage Assessment||1992|
|ES07||Total Value of Natural Resources||Damage Assessment||1991|
|ES07||Loss of Intrinsic Values Due to the EVOS||Damage Assessment||1990|
|ES07||Loss of Intrinsic Values||Damage Assessment||1989|