Over the course of four years, the Arctic Oil Spill Response JIP research programme will focus on expanding industry knowledge of, and capabilities in, Arctic oil spill response in six key areas: dispersants, environmental effects, trajectory modelling, remote sensing, mechanical recovery and in situ burning.
Field research will support the projects across these six areas should it be found that research cannot be effectively taken forward without testing in realistic conditions.
2. Environmental Effects
3. Trajectory Modelling
4. Remote Sensing
5. Mechanical Recovery
6. In Situ Burning
In Situ Burning of Oil in Ice – Affected Waters: State of Knowledge
In Situ Burning of Oil in Ice – Herders Fate, Effects, and Window-of-Opportunity
In Situ Burning of Oil in Ice – Development of Aerial Ignition Systems for In Situ Burn Operations
7. Field Research