Title taken from verso. View of damaged fuel tanks and railroad cars in a waterfront area tentatively identified as Whittier, Alaska after the March 27, 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake. Mountains appear in background.
Title and description taken from photo verso. Tanker Exxon Valdez is towed to Naked Island in Prince William Sound April 5, 1989, where it was temporarily repaired. Photo by PAC Ed Moreth, U.S. Coast Guard.
Aerial of oil holding tanks and oil tanker docked at terminal, TN Northern Lion is protested against by commercial fishermen who are concerned that a foreign registered tanker would not be responsible for an oil spill- Alyeska Terminal, Valdez.
Aerial of commercial fishing boats of the Frustrated Independent Fish Harvesters (F.I.S.H.) attempting to blockade an oil tanker from docking, protesting oil spills that were preventable. Not allowed to fish because of mousse and oil debris found...
Aerial of tanker vessel "Brooks Range" entering narrows heading towards the Alyeska oil terminal, in the background a 2nd tanker with tug boat escort leaves the narrows - Valdez Narrows (Prince William Sound).