RAND experts created a searchable literature review on the health impacts of oil spills. The objective of this tool is to identify both what was already known about the effects of oil spills and to help fill gaps in our knowledge.
May 8, 2017
RAND Gulf States reports and working papers are organized by six main categories; below is a list of the most recent RAND publications on the Gulf Coast states:
This film tells the story of how two organizations are supporting local communities in understanding, withstanding, and overcoming the multiple stressors brought on by the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
The Deepwater Horizon oil spill is the only declared Spill of National Significance in U.S. history, and it significantly impacted the health of people and communities in the Gulf of Mexico region.
The goal of this study is to assess the relationships between different forms of social capital (community engagement, trust, and social support) on different behavioral health indicators (depression, anxiety, and alcohol misuse).
This study examines the factors predicting willingness to move among residents of southeast Louisiana.
In this webinar, RAND Corporation researchers share findings from a study on the growing number of children from Central America and Mexico arriving in the United States, as well as findings on policies and practice from two school districts in Louisiana and California. Administrators from those districts discuss their experiences and provide personal insight on the kinds of polices and resources that could best serve this population.