By: Jennifer Schaffer [email protected] LNAPL (Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids). Courtesy of U.S. Geological Survey. 3-D Image of LNAPL Plume. Leaks & Spills: 1992-2002 Sampling of Incidents at Shell Group Companies & Joint Ventures*.
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By: Jennifer Schaffer
Courtesy of U.S. Geological Survey
Leaks & Spills: 1992-2002
Sampling of Incidents at Shell Group Companies & Joint Ventures*
Derived from: http://www.shellfacts.com/downloads/Leaks&Spills2.pdf
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