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June 21, 2015

Oil Situation Map as of June 19, 2015 (597.66 KB)

Operations continue, but there are no significant updates to report at this time. Shoreline Cleanup Assessment Technique (SCAT) teams updated the survey results for shoreline in the Refugio Incident. Of the 96.5 miles of shoreline surveyed in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, 91 percent have met cleanup goals. Clean areas will continue to be monitored for re-oiling which may occur, especially with the natural oil seeps in the area. Teams will also continue to take samples. Cleanup continues on other parts of the shoreline, especially cobble and rock areas which require hand crews, and in the excavation area in the vicinity of the initial release.

June 16, 2015

Oil Situation Map as of June 15 (35.28 MB)

Shoreline Cleanup Assessment Technique (SCAT) teams updated the survey results for shoreline in the Refugio Incident. Of the 96.5 miles of shoreline surveyed in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, 91 percent have met cleanup goals. Clean areas will continue to be monitored for re-oiling which may occur, especially with the natural oil seeps in the area. Teams will also continue to take samples. Cleanup continues on other parts of the shoreline, especially cobble and rock areas which require hand crews, and in the excavation area in the vicinity of the initial release.

June 15, 2015

Oiling Situation Map as of June 14 (31.15 MB)

Shoreline Cleanup Assessment Technique (SCAT) teams updated the survey results for shoreline in the Refugio Incident. Of the 96.5 miles of shoreline surveyed in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, 91 percent have met cleanup goals. Clean areas will continue to be monitored for re-oiling which may occur, especially with the natural oil seeps in the area. Teams will also continue to take samples. Cleanup continues on other parts of the shoreline, especially cobble and rock areas which require hand crews, and in the excavation area in the vicinity of the initial release.

June 14, 2015

Oiling Situation Map as of June 13 (31.16 MB)

Shoreline Cleanup Assessment Technique (SCAT) teams updated the survey results for shoreline in the Refugio Incident. Of the 96.5 miles of shoreline surveyed in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, 91 percent have met cleanup goals. Clean areas will continue to be monitored for re-oiling which may occur, especially with the natural oil seeps in the area. Teams will also continue to take samples. Cleanup continues on other parts of the shoreline, especially cobble and rock areas which require hand crews, and in the excavation area in the vicinity of the initial release.

June 13, 2015

Oiling Situation Map as of June 12 (30.48 MB)

Shoreline Cleanup Assessment Technique (SCAT) teams updated the survey results for shoreline in the Refugio Incident. Of the 96.5 miles of shoreline surveyed in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, 89 percent have met cleanup goals. Clean areas will continue to be monitored for re-oiling which may occur, especially with the natural oil seeps in the area. Teams will also continue to take samples. Cleanup continues on other parts of the shoreline, especially cobble and rock areas which require hand crews, and in the excavation area in the vicinity of the initial release.

June 12, 2015

Oiling Situation Map as of June 11 (30.46 MB)

Shoreline Cleanup Assessment Technique (SCAT) teams updated the survey results for shoreline in the Refugio Incident. Of the 96.5 miles of shoreline surveyed in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, 85 percent have met cleanup goals. Clean areas will continue to be monitored for re-oiling which may occur, especially with the natural oil seeps in the area. Teams will also continue to take samples. Cleanup continues on other parts of the shoreline, especially cobble and rock areas which require hand crews, and in the excavation area in the vicinity of the initial release.

June 11, 2015

Oiling Situation Map as of June 10 (34.7 MB)

Shoreline Cleanup Assessment Technique (SCAT) teams updated the survey results for shoreline in the Refugio Incident. Of the 96.5 miles of shoreline surveyed in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, 81 percent have met cleanup goals. Clean areas will continue to be monitored for re-oiling which may occur, especially with the natural oil seeps in the area. Teams will also continue to take samples. Cleanup continues on other parts of the shoreline, especially cobble and rock areas which require hand crews, and in the excavation area in the vicinity of the initial release.

June 9, 2015

Oiling Situation Map as of June 9 (919.75 KB)

Shoreline Cleanup Assessment Technique (SCAT) teams updated the survey results for shoreline in the Refugio Incident. Of the 96.5 miles of shoreline surveyed in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, 76 percent have met cleanup goals. Clean areas will continue to be monitored for re-oiling which may occur, especially with the natural oil seeps in the area. Teams will also continue to take samples. Cleanup continues on other parts of the shoreline, especially cobble and rock areas which require hand crews, and in the excavation area in the vicinity of the initial release.

June 8, 2015

Oiling Situation Map as of June 8 (571.06 KB)

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June 7, 2015

SCAT Segment Status Map (669.34 KB)

Click here for full size version of SCAT Segment Status Map as of June 6

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