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[NOAA FOIA requests related to NOAA response to Deepwater Horizon incident. 2010-00590
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    2010
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[NOAA FOIA requests related to NOAA response to Deepwater Horizon incident. 2010-00590
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    United States, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration., NOAA Freedom of Information Act Office, ; NOAA Central Library ;
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    doc. 03 (p. 1-6). BP Deepwater Horizon oil budget, What has happened to the oil? (draft 8.2v 7pm) -- doc. 04 (p. 1-6). Environment and Public Works Committee Hearing August 4, 2010, follow-up questions for written submission questions for Westerholm -- doc. 04 (p. 31) Deepwater Horizon MC252 Gulf incident oil budget ...

    Collection of NOAA Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) documents related to NOAA's response to Deepwater Horizon incident, FOIA request #2010-00590; related to the oil budget calculator, estimates, analysis, mathematical models; and organized into PDF portfolio in the NOAA Central Library. Mr. Ian Urbina, from New York Times, requested to "access to and copies of all records, documents, internal communications, and other relevant covered material including but not limited to, official reports, minutes, notes, and transcripts, generated by, proviced to, received, and/or sent by any official or employee of the National Oceanic and Atmopsheric Administration that correspond to the following topics. These topics are regarding the Deepwater Horizon Gulf Incident Tool Report dated Aug. 1, 2010: details regarding the 'scientific method' used to determine the amount of oil dispersed naturally, including the equations, assumptions and data used in the method and all related 'background documentation'; details regarding the 'scientific calculation' used to determine the amount of oil evaporated or dissolved, including the multiplication 'factors', equations and data used in the calculation, and the 'scientific research and current observations' used to determine those factors; details regarding the 'scientific calculation' used to determine the amount of oil chemically dispersed, including equations, assumptions and data used in the calculation and any related background materials; details regarding the National Incident Command's calculations of burned oil; and description of the 'inland recovery' amount (35,818 tons), including breakdown of liquid and solid waste and any debris included in the recovery amount."

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