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RECORD NUMBER: 1017 OF 1045

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Main Title Wastes Management Concepts for the Coastal Zone: Requirements for Research and Investigation.
CORP Author National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council. Washington, D.C. Committee on Oceanography.
Year Published 1970
Report Number FWQA-16070-DUF; 01544;
Stock Number PB-195 861
Additional Subjects ( Water pollution ; Coasts) ; ( Management planning ; Water quality) ; ( Monitors ; Water pollution) ; ( Marine biology ; Water pollution) ; Ocean currents ; Mathematical predicition ; Mathematical models ; Estuaries ; Sediments ; Interactions ; Biochemical oxygen demand ; Nutrients ; Pesticides ; Diffusion ; Continental shelves ; Ecology ; DDT ; Oil pollution ; Water pollution detection
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NTIS  PB-195 861 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 135p
Abstract
The scientific and engineering requirements were evaluated for research related to coastal wastes management based upon 16 background papers in 4 fields: Monitoring (Floatable matter, films, persistent pesticides, persistent organics, heavy metals, acute toxicity, biostimulants, biomass, and community-structure productivity); Physical effects (Interactions including dilution and diffuser design, physical processes in estuaries and coastal areas, turbulent flux, decay of nonconservative substances, interactions between floatable and settleable components of wastes); Chemical effects (Trace metals, complexing, inorganic and organic aggregation, diagenesis, nutrient fluxes, organic matter distribution, phytoplankton blooms, anoxic conditions, biochemical concentrations, sublethal effects, oil spillage, synthetic organics, and human physical activities); and Biological effects (Effects of outfall areas, health significance of wastes, biological concentration, DDT, biological communities, tolerance limits for major uses, improvement of systems and models, criteria for review of proposals for ecological study requirements, and evaluation of new waste products).