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Allen, A.A. and D.H. Dale. 1997. Oil slick classification: A system for the characterization and documentation of oil slicks. International Oil Spill Conference Proceedings1997:315-322.

Anderson, S.P., S. Zuckerman, S. Fan, and J. van Smirren. 2013. Airborne optical remote sensing of ocean currents. Paper presented at OCEANS 2013 MTS/IEEE, September 24-26, San Diego, CA.

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LETTER REPORT 23 REFERENCES Allen, A.A. 1988. Comparison of response options for offshore oil spills. In Proceedings, Eleventh Annual Arctic and Marine Oil Spill Program Seminar. Vancouver, Canada. Allen, A.A. and D.H. Dale. 1997. Oil slick classification: A system for the characterization and documentation of oil slicks. International Oil Spill Conference Proceedings1997:315-322. Anderson, S.P., S. Zuckerman, S. Fan, and J. van Smirren. 2013. Airborne optical remote sensing of ocean currents. Paper presented at OCEANS 2013 MTS/IEEE, September 24- 26, San Diego, CA. Audunson, T., H.K. Celius, O. Johansen, P. Steinbakke, and S.E. Sorstrom. 1984. The Experimental Oil Spill on Haltenbanken 1982. Publication No. 112. Trondheim, Norway: Continental Shelf Institute. Bonn Agreement. 2009. Bonn Agreement Aerial Surveillance Handbook. Available online at http://www.bonnagreement.org/eng/doc/Bonn%20Agreement%20Aerial%20Operations %20Handbook.pdf. Accessed August 26, 2013. Boufadel, M.C., R. Bechtel, and J. Weaver. 2006. The movement of oil under non-breaking waves. Marine Pollution Bulletin 52:1056-1065. Boufadel, M.C., K. Du, V.J. Kaku, and J. Weaver. 2007. Lagrangian simulation of oil droplets transport due to regular waves. Environmental Modelling & Software 22:978-986. Dale, D. 2011. Response Options Calculator (ROC) Users Guide. Edmonds, WA: Genwest Systems, Inc. Available online at http://www.genwest.com/ROC_User%20Guide.pdf. Accessed August 28, 2013. Delvigne, G.A.L. and C.E. Sweeney. 1988. Natural dispersion of oil. Oil and Chemical Pollution 4:281-310. French-McCay, D.P. 2004. Oil spill impact modeling: Development and validation. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 23:2441-2456. Galt, J.A. 2011. Oil Weathering Technical Documentation and Recommended Use Strategies. Edmonds, WA: Genwest Systems, Inc. Available online at http://www.genwest.com/DRAFT%20ROC%20OilWx%20TechDoc.pdf. Accessed August 26. 2013. Galt, J.A. and R. Overstreet. 2011. Development of Spreading Algorithms for the ROC. Edmonds, WA: Genwest Systems, Inc. Available online at http://www.genwest.com/ DRAFT%20ROC%20Spreading%20TechDoc.pdf. Accessed on August 26, 2013.

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LETTER REPORT 25 M.G. Morgan and M. Henrion. 1999. Uncertainty—A Guide to Dealing with Uncertainty in Quantitative Risk and Policy Analysis. New York: Cambridge University Press. Phillips, O.M. 1977. Dynamics of the Upper Ocean, 2nd edition. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Reed, M., O.M. Aamo, and P.S. Daling. 1995. Quantitative analysis of alternate oil spill response strategies using OSCAR. Spill Science & Technology 2:67-74. Svejkovsky, J. and J. Muskat. 2009. Development of a Portable Multispectral Aerial Sensor for Real-time Oil Spill Thickness Mapping in Coastal and Offshore Waters. Final Report to the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service. Herndon, VA: U.S. Department of the Interior. Svejkovsky, J., W. Lehr, J. Muskat, G. Graettinger, and J. Mullin. 2012. Operational Utilization of Aerial Multispectral Remote Sensing during Oil Spill Response: Lessons Learned During the Deepwater Horizon (MC-252) Spill. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 78:1089-1102.