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Main Title Proceedings of the International Symposium on Marine Pollution Research Held in Gulf Breeze, Florida on January 27-29, 1976.
Author Meyers., Samuel P. ;
CORP Author Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge. Center for Wetlands Resources.;Environmental Research Lab., Gulf Breeze, Fla.
Year Published 1976
Report Number EPA-R-803141-01-0; EPA/600/9-76/032;
Stock Number PB-267 601
Additional Subjects Ocean environments ; Coasts ; Water pollution ; Meetings ; Research management ; United States ; Baltic Sea ; Egypt ; Pakistan ; India ; Adriatic Sea ; Marine biology ; Benthos ; Estuaries ; Microbiology ; Viruses ; Littoral zone ; Public health ; Yugoslavia ; Oil pollution ;
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NTIS  PB-267 601 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 177p
Abstract
The symposium papers discuss how man's activities have affected natural resources of a coastal environment. Participants, representing international aspects of coastal pollution, reviewed current status of research and procedures planned to minimize offshore coastal damage. Subjects included are: An overview of the USEPA program in marine pollution research; Responsibilities for marine pollution research within federal agencies of the United States; Overview of marine pollution research in the Baltic; Marine pollution research in Yugoslavia; Overview of marine pollution research in Egypt; Overview on pollution in the coastal environment of Pakistan and its possible implication for the marine ecosystem; Overviews on marine pollution in India; Research needs concerning pollution of the marine benthos; Hydrological, chemical and physical processes affecting pollution of the Baltic Sea; Investigation of pollution-stressed littoral communities in the Northern Adriatic; Microbiology and chemistry of estuarine surface microlayers; Survival of viruses in the marine environment; Relationship of marine pollution to human health; and Bioassays as indicators of pollution effects.