Library

Looking for a report or document on our Web site? The Cook Inlet RCAC Library is your resource to documents, links and information about our organization and the Cook Inlet Oil and Gas Industry. Since our site contains more than 200 reports and documents, we have organized them by program, under “What We Do.” You can find document links using the left hand navigation bar within each program page, or you can use our robust search engine to quickly find exactly what you are looking for.

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Acronyms (updated 06.06.16)

Council Documents

Cook Inlet Pipeline Risk Assessments

Recertification

Cook Inlet Platform Information

Cook Inlet Oil & Gas Activity Maps

Individual PDF Platform Documents

Outreach Documents

For outreach related documents visit the Outreach section of our website.

Environmental Monitoring Committee Documents

Intertidal Reconnaissance Survey in Upper Cook Inlet

Prevention, Response, Operations and Safety Documents

Cook Inlet Geographic Response Strategies Web Site Links

  • Northern Cook Inlet GRS Information This website describes the process used to develop Geographic Response Strategies (GRS) to protect sensitive coastal environments in the Northern Cook Inlet response zone. The Northern Cook Inlet Zone, which is part of the Cook Inlet Subarea, extends from the Chuitna River on the west side of the Inlet to Point Possession on the east and north to the Matanuska River.
  • Central Cook Inlet GRS Information This website describes the process used to develop Geographic Response Strategies (GRS) to protect sensitive coastal environments in the Central Cook Inlet response zone. The Central Cook Inlet Zone, which is part of the Cook Inlet Subarea, extends from Anchor Point north to just north of Tyonek including both the east and west coastlines of the inlet.
  • Southwestern Cook Inlet GRS Information This website describes the process used to develop Geographic Response Strategies (GRS) to protect sensitive coastal environments in the Southwestern Cook Inlet response zone. The Southwestern Cook Inlet Zone, which is part of the Cook Inlet Subarea, extends from Cape Douglas north to Sea Otter Point at the southern entrance to Chinitna Bay.
  • Southeastern Cook Inlet GRS Information This website describes the process used to develop Geographic Response Strategies (GRS) to protect sensitive coastal environments in the Southeastern Cook Inlet response zone. The Southeastern Cook Inlet Zone, which is part of the Cook Inlet Subarea, extends from south of Point Bede northeast to Division Island at the northern entrance to Nuka Passage.
  • Kachemak Bay GRS Information This website describes the process used to develop Geographic Response Strategies (GRS) to protect sensitive coastal environments in the Kachemak Bay response zone. The Kachemak Bay Zone, which is part of the Cook Inlet Subarea, extends from Point Bede, just south of Nanwalek, north to Anchor Point at the northern entrance to Kachemak Bay.
  • Seward GRS Information This website describes the process used to develop Geographic Response Strategies (GRS) to protect sensitive coastal environments in the Seward Zone of Cook Inlet. The Seward Zone, which is part of the Cook Inlet Subarea, extends along the eastern coast of the Kenai Peninsula, from Cape Pudget to Nuka Point.

Kodiak Geographic Response Strategies Web Site Links

  • Northern Kodiak GRS Information This website describes the process used to develop Geographic Response Strategies (GRS) to protect sensitive coastal environments in the Northern Kodiak response zone.
  • Western Kodiak GRS Information This website describes the process used to develop Geographic Response Strategies (GRS) to protect sensitive coastal environments in the Western Kodiak response zone.
  • Mainland Kodiak GRS Information This website describes the process used to develop Geographic Response Strategies (GRS) to protect sensitive coastal environments in the Mainland Kodiak response zone.
  • Eastern & Southern Kodiak GRS Information This website describes the process used to develop Geographic Response Strategies (GRS) to protect sensitive coastal environments in the Eastern & Southern Kodiak response zones.

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