||Background Papers on Coastal Wastes Management. Volume 1.
||National Academy of Engineering, Washington, D.C. Committee on Ocean Engineering.
||FWQA-16070-DUF; 05787,; 16070-DUF-07/69
( Water pollution;
( Marine biology;
( Refuse disposal;
Water pollution detection;
New York City(New York);
Water pollution effects(Plants);
Water pollution effects(Animals)
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||;Contents: Evaluation of sources and characteristics of waste discharges; Monitoring of the marine environment for waste components and for effects of the introduced wastes; New York city - a major source of marine sediment; Waste discharge monitoring; Physical processes in coastal areas; Physical processes which interact with and influence the distribution of wastes; Dispersion of non-conservative wastes discharged into the ocean; Physical effects on receiving waters; Chemical and geochemical effects on receiving water; Chemical and geochemical processes which interact with and influence the distribution of wastes introduced into the marine environment; Some chemical and geochemical processes which interact with and influence the distribution of wastes introduced into the marine environment; Biological effects of waste discharges on coastal receiving waters; Biological effects on receiving waters; Biological processes which interact with and influence the distribution of wastes; The coastal pollution problem in California; Biological effects on receiving waters - the plankton.
||Presented at the NASCO-NAECOE Wastes Management Study Session, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 6-12 Jul 69. Prepared in cooperation with National Academy of Sciences Washington, D.C. Committee on Oceanography.
|PUB Date Free Form
||13B; 6F; 68D; 57H; 78
||PC A18 MF A01