Drilling in the Arctic Ocean

Scheer, Roddy; Moss, Doug
May 2012
E THIS WEEK;5/6/2012, p4
The article provides an answer to a question related to the dangers posed by off-shore drilling carried out by the oil industry on the Outer Continental Shelf in the Arctic Ocean.


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