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Predicting the long-term fate of sediments and contaminants in Massachusetts Bay
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.]
Written in English
|Other titles||Predicting the long term fate of sediments and contaminants in Massachusetts Bay|
|Statement||[Bradford Butman ... [et al.]]|
|Series||USGS fact sheet -- 172-97, Fact sheet (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- FS-97-172|
|Contributions||Butman, Bradford, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 folded sheet (6 p.) :|
In this review, the position of behavioural ecotoxicology within the available means to assess the status of marine environments is described as filling the gap for the needed “early warning” signals. A few examples of studies performed since the s are discussed to highlight the sensitivity of these approaches in investigating the effects of chemicals, including priority pollutants and Cited by: Biomarkers of Environmental Degradation Applied to Galveston Bay, Texas. State of the Bay Symposium V, 21 January-2 February , Galveston, Texas Wade, T.L. P.H. Santschi, B.J. Presley, B. Garcia-Romero and M. Baskaran. Environmental Trends of Contaminants from Mississippi River Delta, Tampa Bay, and Galveston Bay Sediments Cores.
One of the few examples that provided a quantitative description of arsenic fate is the study of Jung et al. () in which a two-dimensional reactive transport model was used to better understand the observed spatial patterns of iron and arsenic in sediments and groundwater at Waquoit Bay. However, more studies are still needed to further Cited by: 9. A mass balance approach was used to evaluate the fate of mirex in the Oswego River. The objectives of this research were 1) to assess the magnitude and extent of mirex contamination in the Oswego River, 2) to quantify the transport, fate, and distribution of mirex in the river, and 3) to estimate mirex export to Lake Ontario via the Oswego by: 5.
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Contaminants have accumulated in the sediments of Massachusetts Bay, typical of many coastal areas near major metropolitan centers that have been used for waste disposal since colonial times. Developing an understanding of where and why contaminants accumulate is essential for making informed management decisions about uses of these coastal areas and for developing sound strategies for.
Massachusetts Bay system. Predicting the Long-Term Fate of Sediments and Contaminants in Massachusetts Bay U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey February USGS Fact Sheet FS Figure ctive map of Massachusetts Bay and Cape Cod Bay illustrating the complex underwater topography.
Get this from a library. Predicting the long-term fate of sediments and contaminants in Massachusetts Bay. [Bradford Butman; Geological Survey (U.S.);] -- Where and why contaminants accumulate, and how to make informed management decisions about uses of these coastal areas and for the development of sound strategies for monitoring environmental.
PREDICTING THE DISPERSION AND FATE OF CONTAMINATED MARINE SEDIMENTS Y. Peter Sheng University of Florida ABSTRACT In order to select the proper remedial action agement strategy to clean up a contaminated marine is essential to be able to predict the dispersion and fate of contaminated marine sediments both under existing condi- tions and.
Sedimentation and deposition. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Estimates of long-term suspended-sediment loads in Bay Creek at Nebo, Pike County, Illinois, / (Urbana, Predicting the long-term fate of sediments and contaminants in Massachusetts Bay ([Reston, Va.].
Scientists and technical staff within the USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program study coastal and ocean resources from shorelines and estuaries to the continental shelf and deep sea, providing expertise, tools, products, and data that address and inform a broad array of resource challenges facing our Nation.
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U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet February U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). "Predicting the impact of relocating Boston's sewage outfall—effluent dilution simulations in Massachusetts Bay.". Geochemistry of two sediment cores f rom the west coast of India. Predicting the long term. fate of sediments and contaminants in Massachusetts.
Sediments are sinks for contaminants in the world's oceans. A multi-media model was developed for predicting the fate of organic chemicals in the Greater Stockholm Area, Sweden, and applied to.
Whether the sediments are oxidizing or reducing will affect the availability of various contaminants during handling and disposal of the sediments.6 Modeling Sediment Transport and Contaminant Fate and Transport Sediment transport and contaminant transport and fate models have two applications: (1) they can be used as a screening tool in.
Get to the Point. Student Worksheet - Toxic Contaminants in Long Island Sound. Click here for a separate printable copy of the worksheet. InNOAA’s National Status and Trends Program published a study of sediment toxicity in the coastal bays that surround Long Island Sound in New York and Connecticut (Wolfe, et al., ).The study analyzed sediment samples in four different ways.
The long term fate of the dredged sediments dumped at the Ile-Madame disposal site is assessed on the basis that the texture and mineralogy of the dumped sediments is different from that of the sea floor and the tendency of the dumped sediments to form sand dunes that are outlined on sea floor imagery.
The correspondence between the total volume of. Contaminated sediments are assessed in two steps: 1) an initial assessment that is based on macro-zoobenthic community structure and concentrations of contaminants in sediments and biological tissues, and 2) a detailed assessment that is based on a phased sampling of the physical, chemical, and biological aspects of the sediment, including.
Yang W, Duan L, Zhang N, Zhang C, Shipley HJ, Kan AT, Tomson MB, Chen W. Resistant desorption of hydrophobic organic contaminants in typical Chinese soils: implications for long-term fate and soil quality standards.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry ;27(1) R (Final) R (Final) Abstract from PubMed. from Boston Harbor and Massachusetts Bay Page 3 Sediment Traps and Sediment Cores from USGS Stations in Massachusetts Bay Selected samples from the USGS core sites and long-term monitoring moorings were analyzed in this study to augment our sediment core data and, from the traps on the moorings, to provide.
Studies of sediment cores in the Bay and its tributaries show a four- to five-fold increase in sediment accumulation rates in some parts of the Bay since the s. Tidal sources of sediment Eroding shorelines and nearshore areas, as well as the resuspension of already-eroded sediments, are known as tidal sources of sediment.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Geological Survey, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,Toxic contaminants in the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed--Extent and severity of occurrence and potential biological effects--Technical Report--December, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Chesapeake Bay Program Office, p.
“Long-Term Fate of PCB Contamination in the New Bedford Harbor, Massachusetts System” In Proceedings of the ASCE Hydraulic Division Specialists Conference on Estuarine and Coastal Water Modeling. November 15–17,Boston, Massachusetts, pp.
72–Cited by: 7. As a research hydrologist in the USGS Water Mission Area I conduct long-term research on the fate and geochemical effect of organic contaminants in surface and subsurface environments.
I use a combined field and laboratory approach in a variety of hydrogeologic environments in order. Long‐term 15N‐nitrogen retention in the vegetated sediments of a New England salt marsh. David S. White. Boston University Marine Program, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts Present address: Department of Biology, WHOI, Woods Hole, Massachusetts Search for more papers by this by:.
Sediment Quality Characterization—Directed project to assess extent and degree of contamination in sediments consisting of collecting sediment cores to 12 ft below the sediment surface and testing the sediments for a suite of organic and inorganic contaminants (metals, pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.LeBlanc, D.R.,Digital modeling of solute transport in a plume of sewage-contaminated ground water, in LeBlanc, D.R., ed., Movement and fate of solutes in a plume of sewage-contaminated ground water, Cape Cod, Massachusetts--U.S.
Geological Survey Toxic Waste Ground-Water Contamination Program--Papers presented at the toxic waste.Conclusions. Recent research undertaken with mud snails, Ilyanassa obsoleta, and harbour sediments confirmed the usefulness of the escape behaviour as an assessment r, the limits of the state of knowledge regarding the fate of contaminants in species with the ability to metabolise contaminants is further discussed along with directions to be pursued to address questions arising from Cited by: