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Oil Dispersants: Additional Research Needed, Particularly on Subsurface and Arctic Applications
David C. Trimble (au)
In April 2010, an explosion onboard the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico led to a release of approx. 206 million gallons of oil. When an oil spill occurs, responders have several options for managing the environmental impacts, including using chemical dispersants to break the oil into smaller droplets, which can promote biodegradation and help prevent oil from coming on shore. This report reviewed (1) what is known about the use of chemical dispersants and their effects, and any knowledge gaps or limitations; (2) the extent to which federal agencies and other entities have taken steps to enhance knowledge on dispersant use and its effects; and (3) challenges, if any, that researchers and federal agencies face in their attempts to enhance knowledge. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
Secret Agenda: One Manís Fight Against High-Tech Terrorists & Their Biological & Nuclear Weapons of Mass Destruction
Years of Renewal
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Essential Tibetan Buddhism
Kilims: Decorating with Tribal Rugs
Bridges of Battle: Famous Battlefield Actions at Bridges & River Crossings
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