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The NRDA is required by the 1990 Oil Pollution Act, which mandates that the responsible party restore the ecosystem to the state it was in before the spill.,Much of the NRDA data still hasn't been released, and the DIVER system doesn't make any new data available. But it puts it into a more easily accessible form; before DIVER launched, the data was posted on NOAA's Gulf restoration website in discrete files. As new data is validated, it will appear on DIVER.,NOAA created DIVER to support NRDA trustees as they assess the spill's effect on natural resources and recreational use. The agency says it made the site public to fulfill its commitment to transparency. 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