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The utilization of cold, nutrient-rich deep ocean water
In tropical and subtropical areas of the oceans, the warm surface waters constitute the world's largest storage of solar energy. The underlying cold deep water, less than 1000 m below the ocean's surface, constitutes a ...
Effects of pharmaceutical wastes on growth of microalgae
The purpose of this work was to assay samples of waste material from Puerto Rican pharmaceutical industries for inhibition of growth of algae. Two samples (noted as I and II) supplied to us were tested for toxicity to six ...
Ecosystem processes of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. Part 2, Material transport and ecosystem dynamics : draft
Energy-related activities have an increasing impact on the marine ecosystems of the Texas-Louisiana continental shelf, traditionally one of the richest fishing grounds in the nation. This proposal is part of a comprehensive ...
The ecological significance and fate of carbon tetrachloride and FREON 113 in the estuarine environment : a report to E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Co.
This report describes research on the fate and effects of carbon tetrachloride and FREON 113 (1,1,2-Trichloro, 1,2,2-Trifluorethane) released into the estuarine environment. Both compounds are rapidly released from the ...
Hydrocarbons in seawater and organisms and microbiological investigations : final report submitted to the Gulf Universities Research Consortium for the offshore ecology investigations
[Part I:] A liquid-liquid extraction technique has been used to determine the amounts and distributions of n-paraffins and selected isoprenoid hydrocarbons in seawater collected from nearshore areas in the northeastern and ...