Marine Debris Marine debris is any man-made object discarded, disposed of, or abandoned that enters the coastal or marine environment. It may enter directly from a ship, or indirectly when washed out to sea via rivers, streams and storm drains.
Marine debris threatens oceans and coasts; marine mammals, fish, and seabirds; human health and safety; and navigation.
Natural Resource Damage Assessment Through the NRDA process, DARRP and co-trustees conduct studies to identify the extent of resource injuries, the best methods for restoring those resources, and the type and amount of restoration required.
CAMEO Software Suite Programs
List of CAMEO software suite programs that are designed to help people prepare for and respond to chemical emergencies.
Database of hazardous chemical datasheets that emergency responders and planners can use to get response recommendations and predict hazards. Available in online and downloadable versions.
ERMA Web Portal
Web-based GIS tool designed to assist emergency responders and planners who deal with incidents that may adversely impact the environment.
Coastal Response Research Center (CRRC)
The Coastal Response Research Center is focused on developing new approaches to spill response and restoration in marine and estuarine environments through research and synthesis of information.
News, photos, and other information about current and historical spill incidents.
CAMEO Chemicals Web Portal
Use the online version of CAMEO Chemicals to search for hazardous chemical datasheets, get response recommendations, and find out how chemicals would react if they mixed.