Effects of Petroleum on Arctic and Subarctic Marine Environments and Organisms: Nature and fate of petroleum
A compilation and evaluation of current knowledge on the effects of petroleum on arctic and subarctic marine environments and ecosystems. Volume 1 covers the nature and fate of petroleum; volume 2 the biological effects.
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CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF PETROLEUM
Clark Jr and William D MacLeod Jr
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