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6 REFERENCES Ackerman, Paul . 1982. Comparative Operating Costs for U. S . and Foreign-Flag Ships. Ship Cost and Energy Symposium. New York, N.Y.: Society of Natural Architects and Marine Engineers. National Research Council. 1976. Toward an Improved Merchant Marine. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences. National Research Council. 1983. Ship Operation Research and De~relopment--A Program for Industry. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Off ice of Technology Assessment, U. S . Congress. 1983 . An Assessment of Mar itime Trade and Technology . Washington , D.C .: U. S . Government Printing Office. Smith , M.H., D.~.F. Gosden and P. Elkington. nde Staying Safe and Retaining Earnings: A Team Approach to Systems Integrity on LEG carriers. Liverpool: Bibby Bros. & Co. 71
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