Published February 1988
by Springer-Verlag .
Written in English
|Contributions||Mohammad J. Hameedi (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||423|
Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Environmental studies in Port Valdez, Alaska. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, © Partnered Journals. Chinese Journal of Geophysics () Earth Interactions; Earth and Planetary Physics; Geophysics; International Journal of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy. Dames and Moore, a. Bathymetry and Subsurface Conditions, Alpetco Proposed Tanker Terminal, Solomon Gulch, Port Valdez, Alaska. Dames and Moore, b. Bird Studies - Valdez Port Expansion Project. Dames and Moore, c. A Lagranian Model Simulation Study for Assessing Attainment/Nonattainment Status of Port Valdez Bay, Alaska. Abstract. Port Valdez is a relatively deep, narrow, glaciated reentrant in the northeastern part of Prince William Sound (Fig. ). This east west trending typical U-shaped fjord is approximately 21 km long and km wide, its shores are bordered by steep walls which extend beneath the water.
EPA/ July THE SEDIMENT ENVIRONMENT OF PORT VALDEZ, ALASKA: The Effect of Oil on This Ecosystem by Howard M. Feder, L. Michael Cheek, Patrick Flanagan, Stephen C. Jewitt, Mary H. Johnston, A.S. Naidu, Stephen A. Norrell, A.J. Paul, Aria Scarborough, David Shaw j Project R Project Officer Frederick B. Lotspeich Arctic Environmental Research Station . Retrospective analyses of intertidal (–) and subtidal (–) species compositions from a long-term ecological research program in Port Valdez, Alaska evaluated associations. The Exxon Valdez Oil Spill occurred in Prince William Sound, Alaska on Ma when the Exxon Valdez oil tanker struck Bligh Reef. An estimated eleven million gallons (, barrels) of North Slope crude oil flowed into the Sound, creating the biggest tanker oil spill in U.S. history at that oil fouled 1, miles of wildlife-abundant shoreline from Cordova to Kodiak Island. The impact of the Ixtoc-1 oil spill on zooplankton. Environmental studies in Port Valdez, Alaska: A basis for management Individual abstracts are processed for 10 chapters in this book for.
I had the good fortune to learn a great deal about writing from John Keeble, and reading his book is an education all by itself. As a rigorous study of the physical and human impact of the Exxon Valdez disaster, Out of the Channel is a comprehensive anatomy, a text that does not shirk any of the heavy load its vast subject by: The Port Valdez intertidal sediment system was studied for three years. Physical, geological, geochemical, hydrocarbon, and biological features were examined. Sediments were poorly sorted gravels to plastic clays, and had low amounts of organic matter. Bacterial numbers varied from site to site, and. Studies on the fjord of Port Valdez, Alaska; the Clinch River in Tennessee, the Big Darby in Ohio, and Codorus Creek in Pennsylvania have attempted such risk assessments. Currently it appears possible to conduct landscape scale risk assessments, although the development of appropriate spatial statistical and uncertainty analysis methods is Cited by: Diary and account book of prospecting trip from Valdez to Lakina, Alaska, June 10 to J 1 vol. (in one folder) With the diary is a letter from Harold Banta of Baker, OR, to Mrs. Mabel McClain, Mar. 19, giving provenance of diary and explaining certain entries. A 7. Beattie, William Gilbert, Finding aid Papers, Author: Linda Long.