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Main Title Impact of the use of microorganisms on the aquatic environment : proceedings /
Author Bourquin, A. W. ; Ahearn, Donald G. ; Meyers, S. P.
CORP Author Gulf Breeze Environmental Research Laboratory.; National Environmental Research Center (Corvallis, Or.)
Publisher National Environmental Research Center, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ; Distributed by NTIS,
Year Published 1975
Report Number EPA 660-3-75-001
Stock Number PB-240159 National Technical Information Service paper copy microfiche
OCLC Number 10512416
Subjects Aquatic insects--Biological control. ; Petroleum--Biodegradation. ; Petroleum--Microbiology. ; Oil spills.
Additional Subjects Insects, Aquatic--Biological control ; Petroleum--Biodegradation ; Petroleum--Microbiology ; Oil spills
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EJED  EPA 660/3-75-001 OCSPP Chemical Library/Washington,DC 01/01/1988
Collation vi, 259 pages : illustrations, maps ; 27 cm.
Notes
"January 1975"; cover: "December 1974." Symposium-workshop sponsored by the Gulf Breeze Environmental Research Laboratory. Prepared for National Environmental Research Center, Georgia State University, Lousiana State University. EPA 660-3-75-001 Includes bibliographies.; The artificial introduction of various microbial insect control agents or oil-degrading agents into the aquatic environment is discussed, with special attention being given to persistence of pathogens and the control of weeds and other non-insect pests. Also discussed is the use of micro-organisms to clean up oil spills in aquatic environments, with special attention given to the selection of hydrocarbonoclastic micro-organisms. Cf. Document control sheet.
Contents Notes
The artificial introduction of various microbial insect control agents or oil-degrading agents into the aquatic environment is discussed, with special attention being given to persistence of pathogens and the control of weeds and other non-insect pests. Also discussed is the use of micro-organisms to clean up oil spills in aquatic environments, with special attention given to the selection of hydrocarbonoclastic micro-organisms. Cf. Document control sheet.