Nautical education for offshore extractive industries

transportation by G. H Hoffmann

Publisher: Louisiana State University, Center for Wetland Resources in Baton Rouge

Written in English
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  • Oil industries.,
  • Petroleum industry and trade.,
  • Petroleum -- Transportation.,
  • Shipping.,
  • Tankers.,
  • Oil well drilling, Submarine.,
  • National Sea Grant Program -- Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College.

Edition Notes

Other titlesTransportation.
StatementG. H. Hoffmann with Fred Townsend and Warren Norville.
SeriesSea grant publication ; no. LSU-B-77-001
ContributionsTownsend, Fred., Norville, Warren., Terrebonne Parish (La.). School Board.
The Physical Object
Pagination204 p. :
Number of Pages204
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14147579M

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