References/Other Potential Areas of Research
|The following is a list of resources that I have used in creating this
website (all were used in my paper,
but not all were specifically cited on this webpage):
|1. Andree, Mike. Class Presentation: Subsidence (From
Dickinson College ES 406 2005 Spring Semester Senior Seminar)
2. Clinton, William J. Executive Order: Federal Actions
to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Popuations and Low-Income
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3. Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire Service.
Shell Partners with The America’s WETLAND Campaign and the State
of Louisiana to Support ‘Eco-Cultural’ Tourism Initiative.
October 26, 2004.
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5. Exxon Mobil Corporation. Exxon Mobil Corporation
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6. Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council. Oil Spill
Facts> Questions and Answers. EVOSTC 2005. Available online at:
7. The Foundations Center. Shell Oil Company Foundation Gives $3 Million to Louisiana Wetlands Campaign. August 29, 2002. Available online at: http://www.fdncenter.org/pnd/news/story.jhtml?id=12000004
11. LA Coast. WDRA Funding: A Crucial Step in Saving
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12. Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality.
The Louisiana Environmental Leadership Pollution Partnership Program.
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality; last updated July 30,
2002. Available online at:
13. Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality.
Environmental Leadership Program. Louisiana Department of Environmental
Quality 2005. Available online at:
14. Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association.
Historical Highlights for the LA Oil and Gas Industry: A Remarkable
Past—An Exciting Future. LMOGA 2005. Available online at:
15. Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association.
LA Oil and Gas Industry Overview. LMOGA 2005. Available online at:
16. Louisiana Oil Spill Coordinator’s Office.
Protecting Louisiana’s Citizens and Environment from the Effects
of Oil Spills. LOSCO 2005. Available online at:
17. Louisiana Oil Spill Prevention Act 2001. Available
18. Minerals Management Service. History of the Offshore Oil and Gas
Development in Louisiana. MMS 2005. Available online at:
19. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Legislation: National Marine Sanctuaries Act. NOAA 2002. Available online
20. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
About the DARP. NOAA 2004. Available online at:
21. Pulsipher, Allan G.; Tootle, Deborah; Pincomb, Richard. Economic and social consequences of the oil spill in Lake Barre, Louisiana. U.S.Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Serice, Resource Evaluation, 1997.
22. Royal Dutch/ Shell Oil website.2005. Available
23. Scher Zagier, Alan. Deep Trouble: Louisiana’s
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25. United States Department of Justice. Shell Oil
Company Agrees to Pay $49 Million for Unauthorized Venting and Flaring
of Gas. August 5, 2003. Available online at:
26. United State Environmental Protection Agency.
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27. United States Environmental Protection Agency.
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Gulf Coast Region: USGS Fact Sheet FS-091-01. U.S. GS 2003. Available
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Recent cases against oil companies in Louisiana
Case studies of environmental problems in Louisiana (additional)
Work of environmental advocacy groups with or in response to oil companies
Examination of the effectiveness of restoration projects done by oil companies
Assessment of fines for environmental damage in Louisiana
Exploration into connections between government and industry in Louisiana