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Pure Appl. Chem., Vol. 71, No. 1, 1999


Review of oil spill countermeasures technologies and response methods

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F. R. Engelhardt 1 A perspective on the application of chemistry to oil spill response
A. B. Nordvik 5 Time window-of-opportunity strategies for oil spill planning and response
E. Tedeschi 17 Booms
R. J. Fiocco and A. Lewis 27 Oil spill dispersants
I. Buist, J. McCourt, S. Potter, S. Ross and K. Trudel 43 In situ burning
A. H. Walker, J. H. Kucklick and J. Michel 67 Effectiveness and environmental considerations for non-dispersant chemical countermeasures
E. H. Owens 83 The interaction of fine particles with stranded oil
K. Gaaseidnes and J. Turbeville 95 Separation of oil and water in oil spill recovery operations
F. R. Engelhardt 103 Remote sensing for oil spill detection and response
J. M. Park and M. G. Holliday 113 Occupational-health aspects of marine-oil spill response
J. M. Baker 135 Ecological effectiveness of oil spill countermeasures: how clean is clean?
T. J. Reilly 153 The use of mesocosms in marine oil spill-ecological research and development
K. Lee and F. X. Merlin 161 Bioremediation of oil on shoreline environments: development of techniques and guidelines
D. F. Dickins and I. Buist 173 Countermeasures for ice covered waters
M. Sommerville 193 Orimulsion: containment and recovery
E. C. Wayment and B. Wagstaff 203 Appropriate technology for oil spill management in developing nations

Issue editor:

F. R. Engelhardt
ENOVA Research Applications
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Gloucester, ON K1C 7A9, Canada

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