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Inventory of chemical concentrations in coastal and estuarine sediments
Kostas D. Daskalakis
1994 by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service in Sliver Spring, Md .
Written in English
|Statement||Kostas D. Daskalakis and Thomas P. O"Connor|
|Series||NOAA technical memorandum NOS ORCA -- 76|
|Contributions||O"Connor, Thomas P., 1944-, National Status and Trends Program (U.S.), United States. National Ocean Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 66 p.|
|Number of Pages||66|
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National Ocean Service.]. Locations of COSED sites near the cities of Seattle and Tacoma, WA, with indi- cations of concentration in the 'low' (crosses), 'high' (triangles) and '5 x high' (diamonds) categories.
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Measured parameters include. SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN ESTUARIES W. McNally Mississippi State University, USA A. Mehta Civil and Coastal Engineering Department, University of Florida, USA Keywords: estuary, sediment, fine-grained, coarse-grained, cohesive, cohesionless Contents 1.
Introduction 2. Estuarine Hydrodynamics 3. Estuarine Sediment Characteristics 4. Sediment contamination is a major problem in many coastal areas in the U.S. and has emerged as an important ecological issue for several geographic areas.
Sediment chemical and biological quality is unknown in many areas of the Gulf of Mexico. To provide some information on this issue, sediment quality was determined in a multi year study for near-coastal sites mostly located in Florida.
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The use of personal care products (PCPs) has resulted in the release and accumulation of a diverse assemblage of emerging chemicals in the environment. Many PCPs incorporate triclosan (TCS), an antimicrobial compound, within their formulations and as a result, TCS is frequently present in wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) effluents.
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This book is a valuable resource for ecologists, environmentalists, and Edition: 1. Distribution of rare earth elements in the estuarine and coastal sediments of the Daliao River System, China Chunye Lin • Shaoqing Liu • Mengchang He • Ruiping Li Received: 20 December Cited by: 3.
Lewis, Michael A. In press. Sediment Habitat Assessment for Targeted Near-Coastal Areas of the Gulf of Mexico: A Summary. In: Estuarine Indicators Workshop Proceedings.
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Trace element concentrations in surface estuarine and marine sediments along the Mississippi Gulf Coast following Hurricane Katrina. Warren C(1), Duzgoren-Aydin NS, Weston J, Willett KL. Author information: (1)Environmental Toxicology Research Program, National Center for National Product Research, University of Mississippi, Oxford, MSby: 2.
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In marine systems, MeHg is formed from inorganic mercury (Hg II) species primarily in sediments then accumulates and biomagnifies in the food of the fish consumed in the US are from estuarine and marine systems highlighting the importance of understanding MeHg formation in Cited by: Long ER, MacDonald DD, Smith SL, Calder FD () Incidence of adverse biological effects within ranges of chemical concentrations in marine and estuarine sediments.
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McAnally and A.J. Mehta --Erosion of a deposited layer of cohesive sediment / I. Piedra-Cueva and M. Mory --Critical shear .An estuary is a partially enclosed coastal body of brackish water with one or more rivers or streams flowing into it, and with a free connection to the open sea.
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