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Oil Spill Environmental Forensics Case Studies

Oil Spill Environmental Forensics Case Studies
  • Author : Scott Stout,Zhendi Wang
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Release : 31 October 2017
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Oil Spill Environmental Forensics Case Studies includes 34 chapters that serve to present various aspects of environmental forensics in relation to “real-world oil spill case studies from around the globe. Authors representing academic, government, and private researcher groups from 14 countries bring a diverse and global perspective to this volume. Oil Spill Environmental Forensics Case Studies addresses releases of natural gas/methane, automotive gasoline and other petroleum fuels, lubricants, vegetable oils, paraffin waxes, bitumen, manufactured gas plant residues, urban runoff, and, of

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Oil Spill Studies

Oil Spill Studies
  • Author : Frederic Muttin
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 14 September 2018
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As given by the book proposed title, the topic addressed, healing of the Ocean, starts by the containment of the pollution by physical defenses. The first two chapters describes the feedback on seven experiments made on the East Atlantic Ocean. The 1st chapter concerns semi-open sites and the second open environment directly linked to the Ocean. The discussion continues with the measurement of the toxicity coming from a Harbor Marina and affecting the biodiversity. The question addressed is to give

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Standard Handbook Oil Spill Environmental Forensics

Standard Handbook Oil Spill Environmental Forensics
  • Author : Scott Stout,Zhendi Wang
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 03 February 2016
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Standard Handbook Oil Spill Environmental Forensics: Fingerprinting and Source Identification, Second Edition, provides users with the latest information on the tools and methods that have become popular over the past ten years. The book presents practitioners with the latest environmental forensics techniques and best practices for quickly identifying the sources of spills, how to form an effective response, and how to determine liability. This second edition represents a complete overhaul of the existing chapters, and includes 13 new chapters on methods

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Oil Spill Environmental Forensics

Oil Spill Environmental Forensics
  • Author : Zhendi Wang,Scott Stout
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 26 July 2010
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Oil Spill Environmental Forensics provides a complete view of the various forensic techniques used to identify the source of an oil spill into the environment. The forensic procedures described within represent various methods from scientists throughout the world. The authors explore which analytical and interpretative techniques are best suited for a particular oil spill project. This handy reference also explores the use of these techniques in actual environmental oil spills. Famous incidents discussed include the Exxon Valdez incident in 1989 and

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Oil Spill Science and Technology

Oil Spill Science and Technology
  • Author : Mervin Fingas
  • Publisher : Gulf Professional Publishing
  • Release : 23 November 2016
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Oil Spill Science and Technology, Second Edition, delivers a multi-contributed view on the entire chain of oil-spill related topics from oil properties and behaviors, to remote sensing through the management side of contingency planning and communicating oil spill risk perceptions. Completely new case studies are included with special attention to the Deepwater Horizon event, covering the impacts of wetlands and sand beaches, a mass balance approach, and the process for removing petroleum chemicals still trapped near Alabama beaches. Other new

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Proceedings of a Workshop to Establish Canadian Marine Oil Spill Research and Development Priorities

Proceedings of a Workshop to Establish Canadian Marine Oil Spill Research and Development Priorities
  • Author : S. L. Ross,S. G. Potter
  • Publisher : Environmental Studies Research Funds
  • Release : 19 January 1990
GET THIS BOOKProceedings of a Workshop to Establish Canadian Marine Oil Spill Research and Development Priorities

2-day workshop focussed on research requirements for improving state-of-the-art for controlling major oil spills. Areas covered include - surveillance, tracking & modelling, containment & recovery equipment, dispersants, in-situ burning & disposal, and shoreline cleanup & restoration.

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Responding to Oil Spills in the U.S. Arctic Marine Environment

Responding to Oil Spills in the U.S. Arctic Marine Environment
  • Author : National Research Council,Transportation Research Board,Marine Board,Division on Earth and Life Studies,Polar Research Board,Ocean Studies Board,Committee on Responding to Oil Spills in the U.S. Arctic Marine Environment
  • Publisher : National Academies Press
  • Release : 01 August 2014
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U.S. Arctic waters north of the Bering Strait and west of the Canadian border encompass a vast area that is usually ice covered for much of the year, but is increasingly experiencing longer periods and larger areas of open water due to climate change. Sparsely inhabited with a wide variety of ecosystems found nowhere else, this region is vulnerable to damage from human activities. As oil and gas, shipping, and tourism activities increase, the possibilities of an oil spill

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Deep Oil Spills

Deep Oil Spills
  • Author : Steven A. Murawski,Cameron H. Ainsworth,Sherryl Gilbert,David J. Hollander,Claire B. Paris,Michael Schlüter,Dana L. Wetzel
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 29 June 2019
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The demand for oil and gas has brought exploration and production to unprecedented depths of the world’s oceans. Currently, over 50% of the oil from the Gulf of Mexico now comes from waters in excess of 1,500 meters (one mile) deep, where no oil was produced just 20 years ago. The Deepwater Horizon oil spill blowout did much to change the perception of oil spills as coming just from tanker accidents, train derailments, and pipeline ruptures. In fact, beginning with the Ixtoc 1

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Marine Oil Spills 2018

Marine Oil Spills 2018
  • Author : Merv Fingas
  • Publisher : MDPI
  • Release : 18 April 2019
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The mitigation of oil spills is an important facet of environmental protection. Understanding oil spills is a first step toward preventing and minimizing their damage to the environment. This compilation presents several of the current studies related to such an understanding of oil spills and the environment.This book is a compilation of 14 papers presenting new developments in the field of oil spills, giving insight into the rapidly changing world of oil spill studies and technology. The 14 papers included

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Oil Spill Dispersants

Oil Spill Dispersants
  • Author : Committee on Understanding Oil Spill Dispersants: Efficacy and Effects,Ocean Studies Board,National Research Council,Division on Earth and Life Studies
  • Publisher : National Academy Press
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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Approximately 3 million gallons of oil or refined petroleum products are spilled into U.S. waters every year. Oil dispersants (chemical agents such as surfactants, solvents, and other compounds) are used to reduce the effect of oil spills by changing the chemical and physical properties of the oil. By enhancing the amount of oil that physically mixes into the water, dispersants can reduce the potential that a surface slick will contaminate shoreline habitats. Although called for in the Oil Pollution Act

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