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Our survey results indicate a total area of approximately 20 acres of shoreline in Prince William Sound are still contaminated with oil. Oil was found at 58 percent of the 91 sites assessed and is estimated to have the linear equivalent of 5.8 km of contaminated shoreline (Figure 1). The overall 20 acre estimate of oil-contaminated beaches was more than twice the estimate from the EVOS Trustee Council survey conducted in 1993. (The 1993 surveys covered more beaches, but dug far fewer holes). Most of the oil found in 2001 was classified as lightly oiled, but was still easily observed once it was uncovered (sheening, strong odor, and sticky) and did not require the aid of a mechanical sniffer or chemical analysis for positive identification.
More than 21,000 gallons of crude oil remain of the 11 million gallons of crude oil that bled from the stranded tanker Exxon Valdez on the night of March 23, 1989
The oil—which has been detected as far as 450 miles (724 kilometers) away from the spill site in Prince William Sound—continues to harm wildlife and the livelihoods of local people, according to conservation groups. (See an Alaska map.)