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Main Title Effects of exhaust from two-cycle outboard engines.
Author Shuster, William W., ; Glesceri, Lenore ; Kobayashi, Shigeru ; Perrotte., William
CORP Author United States. Environmental Protection Agency. National Environmental Research Center.; Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst., Troy, N.Y. Bio-Environmental Engineering Div.
Publisher Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst., Bio-Environmental Engineering Div.,
Year Published 1974
Report Number PB233567
Stock Number PB-233 567
OCLC Number 29771301
Additional Subjects Water pollution ; Exhaust gases ; Outboard engines ; Lakes ; Two stroke cycle engines ; Hydrocarbons ; Aquatic microbiology ; Sediments ; Motor boats ; Evaporation ; Ecology ; Limnology ; Adsorption ; Decomposition ; Gasoline ; Crude oil ; Bioassay ; Plankton ; Air water interactions ; Films ; Water quality data
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ELCD  EPA 670-2-74-063 NVFEL Library/Ann Arbor, MI 09/09/2011
NTIS  PB-233 567 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 02/27/2020
Collation 320 pages
Abstract
A combined laboratory and field study has been made to determine the extent of pollution arising from the operation of two-cycle outboard engines in an oligotrophic/mesotrophic lake. The fate of the exhaust products discharged to a lake environment has been studied. Three bays having different boat usage were compared. Attempts have been made to examine the quantities of exhaust products found in the water column, the water surface, and in the bottom sediments. The role of such mechanisms as microbial decomposition, evaporation, and adsorption has been studied. Results of these studies have shown very low levels of hydrocarbons, other than from natural sources, in sediments and the water column. Somewhat greater quantities were found in surface films. The microbiological studies and evaporative studies indicate that these mechanisms play a significant role in the dispersion of engine exhaust products.
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EPA 670/2-74-063. NTIS PB-233 567. "July 1974." Cover title.