SDE Feature Class
spill response, tracking, spills, inlandWaters, marine, environment, biota, incidents, California, pollution
The database system is designed to provide OSPR with quantified statistical data on oil spill response by OSPR field responders. The OSPR Incident Tracking Database System project was initiated to provide OSPR with oil spill incident data for statistical evaluation and justification for program planning, drills and exercise training and development, legislative analysis, budget preparation, to inform and educate the public and analyze OSPR's overall spill preparedness and response performance. An "incident", for purposes of this database, is "a discharge or threatened discharge of petroleum or other deleterious material into the waters of the state."
The Office of Spill Prevention and Response (OSPR) Incident Tracking Database is a statewide oil spill tracking information system. The data are collected by OSPR Field Response Team members for Marine oil spills and by OSPR Inland Pollution Coordinators and Wardens for Inland incidents.
Cal EMA, DFG-OSPR
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