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By: John Keeble
363 pages, 38 col photos, maps
Ten years later, the March 25, 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound remains the largest tanker spill in the history of North America, and in its devastating effects upon wildlife and habitat, arguably the most damaging tanker spill in the history of the world. The new Tenth Anniversary Edition of Out of the Channel adds a new and full assessment of the permutations and twists of big money, big litigation, and "petroleum speak" as well as an account of the billion-dollar civil settlement between Exxon, the U.S. Justice Department, and the State of Alaska.
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