Petroleum and the marine environment: PETROMAR 80
Graham & Trotman, 1981 - Nature - 788 pages
Forty-five papers from a conference held in Monaco to examine the impact of petroleum exploration, exploitation and transportation on the marine environment. Deals mainly with oil spills, including a section on polar activities, which carries several papers from northern Canada.
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accidents activities Amoco Cadiz analysis Arctic aromatic assessment Baffin Bay Beaufort Sea blowout boom chemical cleanup coast coastal concentrations Continental Shelf contingency planning coral cost-benefit analysis costs crude oil damage Davis Strait depth discharge dispersion drilling economic effects of oil effluent Ekofisk emulsion Environmental Protection equipment estimated fast ice fish forecast Gulf Holocene iceberg impact important Island Ixtoc laboratory Lancaster Sound levels major mangrove marine environment measures meteorological naphthalene North Sea observed Ocean oil industry oil pollution oil slicks oil spill operations Organisation organisms PEMEX platform present problems produced water production recovery reef region samples sediments ships simulation skimmers specific spill response studies surface tanker techniques thickness toxicity Trimethylbenzene tropical UNEP vessel water column wave weather wind zone