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|Main Title||Bibliography of Aquatic Ecosystem Effects, Analytical Methods and Treatment Technologies for Organic Compounds in Advanced Fossil-Fuel Processing Effluents. Volume 2.|
|Author||Zeveloff, Linda B. ; Parker, Michael ; Marcus, Michael D. ; Bergman, Harold L. ;|
|CORP Author||Wyoming Univ., Laramie. Dept. of Zoology and Physiology.;Environmental Research Lab., Duluth, MN.|
|Report Number||DOE-ET-77-S-03-1761 ;DOE-ET-78-C-03-1761; EPA-600/3-80-086;|
|Additional Subjects||Industrial wastes ; Fuels ; Water pollution ; Bibliographies ; Combustion products ; Organic compounds ; Coal gasification ; Bituminous sands ; Oil shale ; Tar ; Coal ; Toxicology ; Fossil fuels ; Ecosystems|
Advance fossil-fuel processing operations, including oil-shale retorting, coal gasification, coal liquifaction and tar-sands recovery, can result in chemically complex aqueous waste effluents. This bibliography compiles much of the recent literature (including 1979) concerning effects of organic compounds in advanced fossil-fuel processing effluents when discharged into aquatic ecosystems, plus information available on analytical methods and treatment technologies for these organics. The bibliography contains 1135 citations which are indexed by chemicals, key words, taxonomic categories and authors.