A Biologist's manual for the evaluation of impacts of coal-fired power plants on fish, wildlife, and their habitats
Barbara-Ann Gamboa Lewis, Argonne National Laboratory. Division of Environmental Impact Studies, Power Plant Project (U.S.), Coal Project (U.S.), United States. Fish and Wildlife Service. Office of Environmental Contaminants Evaluation
Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 1978 - Nature - 292 pages
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0ffice 0ther acid precipitation air quality alternative sites ambient aquatic biota aquatic ecosystems benthic biologist biota boiler bottom ash capacity chemical coal cleaning coal slurry coal-fired power plants combustion concentrations construction contamination criteria dewatering discharge dust effects effluents electrical emissions energy Environmental Protection Agency erosion estimated evaluation facilities factors Fish and Wildlife flue fly ash furnace groundwater habitat heat impacts to terrestrial impoundment increased lake land lime or limestone limestone littoral zone Manual nitrogen oxides Nuclear Regulatory Commission operator Site visit particulates point sources pollutants ponds potential Power plant operator ranking receiving water reduce region reheat removed river runoff scrubber scrubbing seepage sludge slurry pipelines soil Source Performance Standards species stack standards station steam-electric power plant storage piles stream sulfur oxidized surface waters Table tion toxic trace elements turbine U.S. Environmental Protection U.S. Fish USEPA various pagings vegetation waste disposal water body water quality water requirement wetlands