Marine Pollution and Marine Waste Disposal documents the proceedings of the 2nd International Congress held in San Remo on December 17-21, 1973. This book is divided into seven main topics—general problems of marine pollution; criteria for marine waste disposal; marine water quality problems; assessment in biological terms of the effects on marine environment; design of treatment and disposal systems; experience with marine waste disposal systems; and research on marine pollution. In these topics, this compilation specifically discusses the need for international cooperation in coastal resource quality management; criteria for marine waste disposal in Yugoslavia; viral pollution considerations in marine waste disposal; and major pollutants in the marine environment. The conceptual design of marine waste disposal systems; pollution of coastal waters in Italy; and Southern California coastal water research project findings are also covered. This publication is valuable to marine biologists and environmentalists concerned with marine pollution and waste disposal systems.
Introduction 1-General Problems Pollution—Destroyer of the Usefulness of the Marine Environment Pollution of Coastal Waters in Italy—Necessity and Prospects for Research Opportunities and Possibilities of Co-operation in the Field of Marine Disposal in the Mediterranean Area The Need for International Co-operation in Coastal Resource Quality Management 2-Criteria for Marine Waste Disposal Criteria for Marine Waste Disposal in Spain Criteria for Marine Waste Disposal in France Criteria for Marine Waste Disposal in Yugoslavia Criteria for Marine Waste Disposal in Israel Criteria for Marine Waste Disposal in Great Britain Criteria for Marine Waste Disposal in California Criteria for Marine Waste Disposal in Sweden Criteria for Marine Waste Disposal in the USSR Criteria for Marine Waste Disposal in Southeast Asia 3-Marine Water Quality Problems Behavior of Bacteria Discharged with Particulates into the Sea Viral Pollution Considerations in Marine Waste Disposal Problems of Acute Toxicity in the Marine Environment Enrichment Phenomena and Danger of Eutrophication in Marine Environment Obstacles to Adequate Treatment due to the Presence of Biologically Active, Sewage-born Compounds Problems of Meeting changing Water Quality Requirements for Large Waste Disposal Systems Aesthetics—A key Factor in the Technology of Marine Waste Disposal Biological Aspects of Marine Hydrocarbon Pollution Disposal into the Sea of Radioactive Wastes in Italy 4-Assessment in Biological Terms of the Effects on Marine Environment Major Pollutants in the Marine Environment Assessment of the Effects of Plankton Selected Biological Methods for Assessment of Marine Pollution Assessment of Man's Impact on Marine Biological Resources Assessment of Heavy Metal Distribution within the Food Web 5-Design of Treatment and Disposal Systems
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- © Pergamon 1975
- 1st January 1975
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