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EFFECTS OF DOUBLE-HULL REQUIREMENTS ON OIL SPILL PREVENTION: Interim Report References Clarkson Research, Ltd. 1995. Tanker Register. London: Clarkson Research. Federal Register. 1995. Proposed rules. Operational measures to reduce oil spills from existing tank vessels without double hulls. 60(213): 55904–55931. Friday, November 3, 1995. IMO (International Maritime Organization) 1994. Interim Guidelines for the Approval of Alternative Tanker Designs under Reg. 13F of Annex I of MARPOL 73/78. International Spill Statisitics. 1994. Arlington, Massachusetts: Oil Spill Intelligence Report. Koen, A.D. 1995. Shifting pattern of U.S. oil import sources tests viability of deepwater port projects. Oil and Gas Journal, 1993(34):22–27. Lenselink, H., and K.G. Thung. 1992. Numerical simulation of the Dutch-Japanese full-scale ship collision test. Pp. 771–785 in Proceedings of the First Conference on Marine Safety and Environment, Ship Production, June 1–5, 1992, Delft, the Netherlands. Delft: Delft University Press. Melton, W., J. Beach, J. Gagorid, D. Roseman, and J. Sikora. 1994. Advanced double-hull research and development for naval and commercial ship applications. Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers 102:295–323. Minorsky, V.U. 1959. An analysis of ship collisions with reference to protection of nuclear power plants. Journal of Ship Research 3(1):1–4. NRC. 1991. Tanker Spills: Prevention by Design. Marine Board, National Research Council. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Paik, J.K., and P.T. Pedersen. 1995. Collapse of a ship's hull due to grounding. Pp. 75–80 in Vol. I, Proceedings, International Conference on Technologies for Marine Environment Preservation, September 24–29, 1995, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo: The Society of Naval Architects of Japan. Rodd, J. and J. Sikora. 1995. Double hull grounding experiments. Proceedings, Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE-95), June 11–16, 1995, The Hague, the Netherlands.

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