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Petroleum hydrocarbons in the marine environment

Petroleum hydrocarbons in the marine environment

proceedings from ICES Workshop held in Aberdeen 9-12 September 1975

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Published by C. A. Reitzel in [København] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oil pollution of the sea -- Congresses.,
  • Hydrocarbons -- Environmental aspects -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementedited by A. D. McIntyre and K. J. Whittle.
    SeriesRapports et procés-verbaux des réunions ; v. 171, Rapports et procès-verbaux des réunions ;, v. 171.
    ContributionsMcIntyre, A. D., Whittle, K. J., International Council for the Exploration of the Sea.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGC1 .I66 vol. 171, QH545.O5 .I66 vol. 171
    The Physical Object
    Pagination230 p. :
    Number of Pages230
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4290008M
    LC Control Number78317285

      The IAEA’s three marine environmental laboratories in Monaco use nuclear and isotopic techniques to study the environmental impact of radionuclides, trace elements and organic contaminants and offer mitigation strategies to governments. These tools are also used to help experts from around the world monitor and address climate change, habitat destruction and biodiversity loss. Incorporation, distribution and fate of saturated petroleum hydrocarbons in sediments from a controlled marine ecosystem. Marine Environmental Research , 3 (1),

    The utilization of petroleum resources as an energy source for society results in the global discharge of significant quantities of petroleum hydrocarbons into the marine environment (about 6 × 10 6 tonnes per year). Consequently, there is a need to evaluate the ecological impacts of petroleum in the marine environment and to identify the scope and dimensions of resultant impacts.   PAHs are a class of aromatic compounds that can potentially impact a broad-spectrum of marine organisms. They can be formed naturally by low-temperature, high pressure reactions of natural organic matter and in this way constitute a significant fraction of petroleum hydrocarbons. They are also generated from incomplete combustion of wood and petroleum products.

    Despite the recent proliferation of environmental literature, publications on environmental control of petroleum activities are still very rare. This book fills this gap by providing the first major volume focused specifically on environmental regulation of oil and gas. This book contains exclusive in-depth articles written by well-known scholars, international lawyers, and practitioners from. This book covers research completed between and May and includes: reviews of recent studies, sitings and investigations at spills-of-opportunity as well as results of recent arctic and sub-Arctic oil weathering experiments and observations on the behavior of crude oil in the presence of ice.


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Petroleum hydrocarbons in the marine environment Download PDF EPUB FB2

Part II discusses the bioaccumulation and metabolism of hydrocarbons by marine organisms. Part III contains papers that tackle the biological and ecological effects of petroleum exposure in marine systems.

This book is of great value to marine and environmental scientists and researchers. This book is of great value to marine and environmental scientists and researchers.

Show less Fate and Effects of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Marine Organisms and Ecosystems is a collection of papers presented at the international symposium by the same title, held at the Olympic Hotel in Seattle, Washington on NovemberPetroleum hydrocarbons (hydrocarbons that result from petroleum products such as oil, gasoline, or diesel fuel) are among the most commonly occurring and widely distributed contaminants in the environment.

Volatile hydrocarbons are the lighter fraction of the petroleum hydrocarbons and, together with fuel oxygenates, are most often released from crude oil and liquid petroleum products.

Petroleum hydrocarbons are the most common pollutants in marine environment and the Mediterranean Sea is particularly endangered by hydrocarbon pollution.

This pollution generates a great hazard to marine ecosystems. Bioremediation through bioaugmentation or biostimulation constitutes a promising strategy for the cleanup of oil by: 7. Elsevier Science & Technology, - Hydrocarbons - pages 0 Reviews Conference sponsored by NOAA Environmental Protection Agency.

45 papers covering all aspects of hydrocarbon pollution in the marine environment. Colwell RR. Ecological aspects of microbial degradation of petroleum in the marine environment. CRC Crit Rev Microbiol. Sep; 5 (4)– [Google Scholar] Cooney JJ, Edmonds P, Brenner QM.

Growth and survival of fuel isolates in hydrocarbon-fuel emulsions. Appl Microbiol. Apr; 16 (4)– [PMC free article] [Google Scholar]. ring hydrocarbons which are widespread in the marine environment.

Care also had to be taken to avoid contamination while sampling, espe- cially when working on ships which use numerous hydrocarbon.

Oceanic oil pollution has become a major environmental issue. This review attempts to assess the extent of this pollution problem and its impact on the marine environment. The complex nature of petroleum is discussed to the extent that it pertains to its effects and its fate in the sea.

The roles of physical, chemical, and biochemical processes. Hydrocarbons produce raw crude oil waste of aroundmetric tons per annum, with a range of uncertainty ofmetric tons per year. The various chapters in this book focus on approaches to reduce these wastes through the application of potential microbes, in a process called bioremediation.

physical and biological interactions with various petroleum hydrocarbons released into the environment were examined throughout this thesis in two different environmental settings; offshore bay sediments near Deepwater Horizon oil spill impacted sites, and an experimental aquifer injected with compounds representative of ethanol blended fuels.

Effects—what we know about the effects of petroleum hydrocarbons on marine organisms and ecosystems. Providing a needed update on a problem of international importance, this book will be of interest to energy policy makers, industry officials and managers, engineers and researchers, and advocates for the marine environment.

the marine environment came from spills and discharges related to marine transportation. 11 heavily used urban estuaries, the contribution of transportation spills and discharges to total pe leum hydrocarbon input can be 10% or less,13 By contrast, the largest source of petroleum.

Crude oil. Petroleum (crude oil) principally consist of carbon (83–87%) and hydrogen (12–14%) having complex hydrocarbon blend like paraffins, naphthenes, fragrant hydrocarbons, vaporous hydrocarbons (from CH 4 to C 4 H 10).Other than these, crude oil likewise contains little measure of non-hydrocarbons (sulfur mixes, nitrogen mixes, and oxygen mixes) and minerals, heavier crudes.

Many studies have explored how ARs affect marine organisms, but our understanding of the changes in heavy metals and petroleum hydrocarbons after AR construction is limited. In the current study.

magnitudes of sources of petroleum hydrocarbons entering the marine environment. The offshore oil production category, including incidents such as the Santa Barbara spill and the Ekofisk Bravo blowout in the North Sea, constitutes only percent.

Marine transportation is a. common problems relevant to petroleum hydrocarbon contamination of the marine ecosystem and so a Work­ shop was sponsored by the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, and held in Scotland at Aberdeen in September The Workshop considered methodology, occurrence and fate in the environment, and effects on the eco­ system.

Petroleum hydrocarbons of the types found in the marine environment may be present in true solution, complexed with dissolved organic matter and colloids, as dispersed micelles, adsorbed on the surface of inorganic or organic particles, occluded within particles (e.g., in soot, coal, or tar), associated with oil droplets, and in the tissues of.

The marine environment has become the primary disposa ground for an increasing quantity of petroleum wastes. Mushrooming demands for petroleum products and the lack of economic incentive to recycle waste oil will increase the concentrations of detrimental petroleum hydrocarbons in the marine environment Although a continuous, low-level discharge of waste petroleum hydrocarbons into the marine.

Understanding of Environmental Impacts from Crude Oil Spills in High -risk and Poorly Understood Areas Arctic • Evaluate risks. associated with the transport of petroleum hydrocarbons in the Arctic (i.e., ships and pipelines) Freshwater • Fate and effects of oil spilled in.

freshwater ecosystems Marine. 2 CHAPTER 26 The Origin of Petroleum in the Marine Environment were formed directly from hydrocarbons synthesized by organisms.

Thus, hundreds of biomarkers are present in petroleum, although they collectively represent less than 2% of the total mass of the organic carbon. These biomarkers have been use to identify.

Get this from a library! Petroleum hydrocarbons in the marine environment: proceedings from ICES Workshop held in Aberdeen September [A D McIntyre; K J Whittle; International Council for the Exploration of the Sea.;].

This comprehensive volume follows up and expands on an earlier National Academy of Sciences book. It is the result of an intensive multidisciplinary effort to assess the problems relating to petroleum-derived hydrocarbons in the marine [email protected]{osti_, title = {Fate and weathering of petroleum spills in the marine environment: a literature review and synopsis}, author = {Jordan, R E and Payne, J R}, abstractNote = {This review presents highlights of recent publications dealing with oil weathering.

The fate of oil spills in the marine environment is addressed. The complex and interrelated processes of evaporation.