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Impacts of Sakhalin II Phase 2 on Western North Pacific Gray Whales and related Biodiversity

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By: RR Reeves
123 pages, Figs, tabs
Impacts of Sakhalin II Phase 2 on Western North Pacific Gray Whales and related Biodiversity
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  • Impacts of Sakhalin II Phase 2 on Western North Pacific Gray Whales and related Biodiversity ISBN: 9782831708744 Paperback Dec 2005 Out of Print #154617
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Important contribution to the ongoing controversies over the Sakhalin Island oil and gas development project.

From the publisher's announcement:

The population of western gray whales numbers only about 100 animals and is classified on IUCN's Red List as `critically endangered'. Under the auspices of IUCN, an independent scientific review panel was established to evaluate scientific aspects of western gray whale conservation in the context of Phase 2 of the Sakhalin II, an integrated oil and gas project being developed by the Sakhalin Energy Investment Company under a production sharing agreement with the Russian Federation and its Sakhalin Oblast. This report of the Panel provides a detailed consideration of the risks, the options for mitigation and the need for monitoring if and as oil and gas development proceeds.

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Out of Print
By: RR Reeves
123 pages, Figs, tabs
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