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Southwest Region

DARRP's Southwest Region staff work on natural resource damage assessments, restoration, and remedial activities in the states of California, Hawaii, and the Pacific Territories (eg. Guam, American Samoa, Northern Marianas).

Download DARRP Priority Cases KML file. For more information on KMLs please visit the Open Geospatial Consortium Linking to a non-federal government web site.This link does not imply endorsement.

All priority cases are mapped. Featured cases are labeled and link directly to their specific case pages.

Definitions

  • Priority cases are those cases that the DARRP program believes, within current budget constraints, are most important to address this year because they provide greatest potential benefit to natural resources in NOAA's trust. The map above depicts locations of all the Program's FY2014 Priority Cases.

  • Featured cases provide detailed information about current, or past, DARRP efforts including case history and contacts, remedial or injury assessment, restoration planning, and related technical documents.


Featured Cases

California

  American Trader
  Apex Houston
  Cape Mohican
  Castro Cove/Chevron Richmond
  Command Oil Spill
  Cosco Busan Oil Spill
  Iron Mountain Mine
  Montrose/PV Shelf

Guam

  Apra Harbor
  Orote Landfill
  Cocos Island Loran Station
  Anderson Air Force Base

Hawaii

Casitas
Cape Flattery
  Chevron
  Tesoro


Special Projects

  Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet
  Tanapag Harbor, Saipan Contaminants

Partnerships

  Cooperative Assessment Process

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