SHETLAND ISLANDS - OIL DISASTER. Scientists performing autopsies on oiled birds. The results will be stored in a data base and the information will be used to assess the impact of the oil spill on bird populations. On 5th January 1993, the oil tanker the Braer ran aground in the Shetland Islands spilling 85,000 tonnes of light crude oil. CDREF00566.

Photographer

MARK EDWARDS

Image file number

SP1153596.jpg

Image size details

4896 x 7380 px
41.45 x 62.48 cm at 300 dpi

Credit

© MARK EDWARDS, HARD RAIN PICTURE LIBRARY

SHETLAND ISLANDS - OIL DISASTER. Scientists performing autopsies on oiled birds. The results will be stored in a data base and the information will be used to assess the impact of the oil spill on bird populations. On 5th January 1993, the oil tanker the Braer ran aground in the Shetland Islands spilling 85,000 tonnes of light crude oil. CDREF00566.

Keywords: islands, birds, persons, ISLAND, OIL, people, SCOTLAND, man, shetland, monitoring, environment, BIRD, KILLED, issue, British, coastal, developed country, CDREF00566, UK, autopsies, tankers, shetlands, autopsy, coast, testing, scientists, DEAD, tanker, Environmental, contaminated, MEN, male, polluting, United Kingdom, scottish, disaster, vertical, SCIENTIST, verticals, person, BRITAIN, CONTAMINATE, males, contaminating, checking, x2xSP, pollution, DISASTERS, ISSUES, isles, developed countries, autopsey, European, EUROPE, Braer, AGROUND, MARK EDWARDS, HARD RAIN PICTURE LIBRARY

Back to search results
Lightbox is empty
Log in
To receive our newsletter via email
please send us your email address
All content © Hard Rain Project 2006–2019 unless otherwise stated
Website developed by MediaPie