Long-Term Environmental Effects of Offshore Oil and Gas Development

By Donald F. Boesch; Nancy N. Rabalais | Go to book overview
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CONTENTS
Preface ............... v
List of Contributors ............ ix
1. An Assessment of the Long-Term Environmental Effects of U.S. Offshore Oil and Gas Development Activities: Future Research Needs 1
.... 55
JAMES P.RAY
3. Dominant Features and Processes of Continental Shelf Environments of the United States ............ 71
NANCY N.RABALAIS and
DONALD F.BOESCH
4. Offshore Oil and Gas Development Activities Potentially Causing Long-Term Environmental Effects ........ 149
JERRY M.NEFF,
NANCY N.RABALAIS and
DONALD F.BOESCH
5. Transport and Transformations: Water Column Processes ... 175
JAMES R.PAYNE,
CHARLES R.PHILLIPS and
WILSON HOM
6. Transport and Transformation Processes Regarding Hydrocarbon and Metal Pollutants in Offshore Sedimentary Environments ... 233
PAUL D.BOEHM
7. Transport and Transformations of Petroleum: Biological Processes 287
........... 343
JUDITH M.CAPUZZO
9. The Biological Effects of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in the Sea: Assessments from the Field and Microcosms ....... 411
ROBERT B.SPIES

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