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This is not an exhaustive bibliography but simply some additional resources covering a variety of aspects of tankship operations. These books and papers are recommended to those seeking a more detailed information on a number of the issues and areas discussed in this handbook:

Braekhus & Rein, Handbook on P&l insurance, 3rd F.d. By Jeremy Kingsley. Arendal: Assuranceforeningen Card, 1988.

Crainer, Stuart, Zeebrugge: Learning from disaster, ISBN 0-9519995-0-8. London: Herald Charitable Trust, 1993.

Drager, KH, Collisions and groundings Ч analysis of cause relationships. Papers of the Safety of Life at Sea Symposium, Oslo, October 1980.

Fisher, C, and Hodge, S, Bunkers, ISBN 1-85044-078-6. London: Lloyd's of London Press, 1986.

Gold, Edgar, Handbook on marine pollution. Arendal: Assuranceforeningen GARD, 1985. (2nd Edition forthcoming in 1995)

Government of Australia, Ships of shame: inquiry into ship safety, ISBN 0-644-25859-4. Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia, 1992.

Government of Canada, Protecting our waters Ч final report. Public Review Panel on Tanker Safety and Marine Spills Response Capability, ISBN 0-662-18089-5. Ottawa: Ministry of Supply and Services, 1990.

Gunner, TJ, and Edwards, DA, The carriage of crude oil by sea, ISBN 1-85044-073-5. London: Lloyd's of London Press Ltd., 1986.

Hellenic Marine Environment Protection Association (HELMEPAI, SOLAS AND SEAFARERS, Tankers, H-BK-08-A-1 500-10.89. Athens: HELMEPA, 1989.

HE1.MFPA, Voluntary Guidelines on Management for the Safe Ship Operation and the Prevention of Pollution. Athens: HELMEPA, 1993.

Hersey, Paul, The Sltuational leader, ISBN 0-446-51342-3. New York: Warner Books, Inc., 1984.

Hopkins, F N, revised by Watkins, G G, Business and lair for the shipmaster, ISBN 0-85174-434-6. Glasgow: Brown, Son & Ferguson, Ltd., 1982.

International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), Safety in oil tankers. London: Witherby & Co. Ltd., 1978.

International Maritime Organisation (IMO), Guidelines for the development of shipboard oil pollution emergency plans, ISBN 92801-12929. London: IMO, 1992.

IMO, Inert Gas Systems, ISBN 92-801-12627. London: IMO, 1990.

IMO, Standard Marine Navigational Vocabulary, ISBN 92-801-1 199-X. London: IMO, 1985.

IMC), Model Course 1.02, Advanced training programme on oil tanker operations. London: IMO 1988.

IMO, Model Course 5.03, Planned fleet maintenance and hull protection. London: IMO, 1988.

IMO, Model Course 1.01, Oil tanker familiarization. London: IMO, 1987.

IMO, Dedicated clean ballast tanks, ISBN 92-801-1 1.39-6. London: IMO, 1982.

IMO, International convention for the safety of life at sea (SOLAS), ISBN 92-801-1200-7. London: IMO, 1986.

IMO, MARPOL 73/78 Consolidated Edition, 1991, ISBN 92-801-1280-5. London: IMO, 1992.

IMO, International Conference on Training and Certification of Seafarers, 1978, ISBN 92-801-1085-3. London: IMO, 1978. Reprinted 1982.

IMO, Crude oil washing systems, ISBN 92-801-1 133-7. Revised F.d. 1983. London: IMO, 1984.

International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation Ltd (ITOPF), Response to Marine Oil Spills, ISBN 0-948691-51-4. London: Witherby & Co. Ltd., 1987.

International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), OCIMF, & International Association of Ports and Harbors, International safety guide for oil tankers & terminals, ISBN 0-900886-88-9. London: Witherby & Co. Ltd. 1984.

King, G A B, Tanker practice, ISBN 540-00012-4. London: The Maritime Press Ltd, 1968.

LaDage, John, Stability and trim for the ship's officer, ISBN 0-87033-176-1 Centreville, Md.: Cornell Maritime Press, 1956.

Lloyd's List, Ship safety handbook, ISBN 1-85044-071-9. London: Lloyd's of London Press Ltd., 1985.

Marton, CS, Tanker operations, ISBN 0-87033-240-6. Centreville, Md.: Cornell MantimePress, Inc., 1978.

National research council, using oil spill dispersants in the sea, ISBN 0-309-03882-0. Washington: National Academy Press, 1989.

Oil companies international marine forum (OCIMF), mooring equipment guidelines, ISBN 1-85609-018-3. London: OCIMF, 1992.

OCIMF/ICS, Ship-to-ship transfer guide (Petroleum), ISBN 948691-36-0. London: OCIMF OCIMF, Clean seas guide for oil tankers, ISBN 0-948691-158. London: OCIMF, 1989.

OCIMF, Guidelines for the preparation of shipboard oil spill contingency plans, ISBN 1-85609-016-7. London: Witherby & Co. Ltd., 1990.

OCIMF/ICS, Peril at sea and salvage - a guide to masters, ISBN 0-948691-46-8. London: OCIMF.

OCIMF, Guidelines and recommendations for the safe mooring of large ships at piers and sea islands, ISBN 0-900886-33-1. London: Witherby & Co. Ltd, 1978.

OCIMF, Inspection guidelines for bulk oil carriers, ISBN 0-94869 1-92-1. London: Witherby & Co. Ltd., 1989.

Page, RC, and Gardner, A Ward, Petroleum tankship safety, UK SBN 540-0041 1-1. London: The Maritime Press Limited, 1971.

Peterson, Roger Andrew, Maritime oil tanker casualties (1964 - 197): an analysis of safety and policy issues. University Microfilms International, 1980; and Netherlands Maritime Institute (Report No. R-212), 1981.

Polytech International, Ships Operational Safety Manual, ISBN 0906-314-09-7. Polytech International, 1979.

Ugland, AKL Economics of safety. Papers of the 2nd International Summit on Safety at Sea. Oslo, 1993.

van Poelgeest, FM, Sub Standard Tankers. Rotterdam: Netherlands Marine Institute (Report No. R 70), 1978.

Wardley-Smith, J, Ed., The prevention of oil pollution, ISBN 0-86010-129-0. London: Graham & Trotman Ltd., 1979.

Wardley-Smith, J, Ed., The control of oil pollution, ISBN 0-86010-338-2. Revised Ed. London: Graham & Trotman Ltd., 1983.

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