An unknown amount of petroleum oil spilled in the area of the Alameda Marina discovered late in the evening on February 11. Representatives from OSPR field response team responded the following day at daylight to determine the source and extent of the spill; the U.S. Coast Guard, the Oiled Wildlife Care Network and the International Bird Rescue are other organizations responding to this. Most of the spilled product is in the form of sheen. NRC is the cleanup contractor of recoverable product. No wildlife impacts discovered at this time and the investigation continues.