Post Hurricane Season Inspections Completed
The post-hurricane season shoreline inspections for the Gulf States affected by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill have been completed.
The shorelines inspected are a representative set of all the shoreline segments that have previously been determined to meet appropriate response cleanup criteria by the FOSC. Across the Gulf States, 320 miles of shoreline were selected by the respective State On-Scene Coordinator and Department of Interior Trustee for post-hurricane season shoreline inspections, with more than 150 response personnel participating in the inspection process.
For information that individual States have released regarding these activities, please click on the links below: