1 edition of Results of the 1990/1991 baseline study of contaminants in North Sea sediments found in the catalog.
Results of the 1990/1991 baseline study of contaminants in North Sea sediments
by International Council for the Exploration of the Sea in [Copenhagen]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 38).
|Other titles||Baseline study of contaminants in North Sea sediments|
|Statement||prepared by ICES/NSTF/OSPARCOM ad hoc working group on sediment baseline study data assessment, and edited by S.M. Rowlatt and I.M. Davies.|
|Series||ICES cooperative research report =, Rapport des recherches collectives,, no. 208, ICES cooperative research report ;, no. 208.|
|Contributions||Rowlatt, S. M., Davies, I. M., International Council for the Exploration of the Sea., North Sea Task Force., Joint Monitoring Group of the Oslo and Paris Commissions.|
|LC Classifications||GC1 .I627 no. 208, GC387 .I627 no. 208|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||193 p. :|
|Number of Pages||193|
|LC Control Number||95213456|
This chapter summarizes the physical, chemical, and biological processes that together comprise the science of contaminant bioavailability in soils and sediments. These processes are strongly influenced by a range of site-specific variables, such as soil or sediment composition, contaminants of. Prior to commencing this study, the NRC’s Water Science and Technology Board hosted a one-day workshop in November to assess the need for a NRC study of bioavailability of contaminants in soils and sediments, attended by approximately 25 key experts.
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In the introduction the limits, size, and bottom configuration of the North Sea are discussed briefly. Also a short account of the tidal movements, the tidal currents, and the relations of the salt content is given.
In the main part of the paper a picture of the present-day distribution of North Sea sediments is sketched. Rowlatt S R, and I M Davies (eds), Results of the / Baseline Study of contaminants in North Sea sediments. ICES Coop. Res Rep, Nopp. McHenery J G, C Francis and I M Davies, Threshold toxicity and repeated exposure studies of dichlorvos to larvae of the common lobster (Homarus gammarus L.).
Report on the Results of the / Baseline Study of Contaminants in North Sea Sediments. Prepared by the ICES/NSTF/OSPARCOM Ad Hoc Group on Sediment Baseline Study Data Assessment, S. Rowlatt and I.M. Davies (Eds.), ICES Coop. Res. Rep. NSTF, North Sea Quality Status Report, Cited by: 8.
Pollution status of North Sea sediments - an international integrative study Peter M. Chapman EVS Consultants, Pemberton Avenue. North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V7P 2R4 ABSTRACT. This paper describes the pollution status of North Sea sediments, and is based on results of sediment testing conducted during the Bremerhaven Workshop.
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