2 edition of Studies on oil pollution and seabirds in Denmark 1968-1971. found in the catalog.
Studies on oil pollution and seabirds in Denmark 1968-1971.
Anders Holm Joensen
|Series||Danish review of game biology,, v. 6, no. 9, Communication from Vildtbiologisk Station, no. 93|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .D3 vol. 6, no. 9, QL690.D3 .D3 vol. 6, no. 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||76354973|
Oil in the sea from anthropogenic sources, whether from spills or chronic releases, is perceived as a major environmental problem. Major oil spills occur occasionally and receive considerable public attention because of the obvious attendant environmental damage, including oil-coated shorelines and dead or moribund wildlife, especially oiled seabirds and marine mammals. Seabirds are becoming smaller, lighter and suffering from a litany of health problems after ingesting the plastic that litters the world's oceans, a study has found.
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Oil pollution and oil victims along the Dutch coast, signals of a cleaner environment Marine oil pollution is taking its toll among seabirds since the late 19th century. oil pollution in Danish waters during the periodas illustrated by a scrutiny of several available sources. In another paper (Joensen ) the inve stigations of will be described, and the problem considered in more de tail.
The author thanks Robert Russel, M. sc., who translated the manuscript into by: 5. Oiled seabirds washing ashore, dead or alive, have had a signalling function since the very early days of oil pollution at sea.
The number of dead oiled seabirds on the coastline is not in itself. During a monitoring project running from to oiled seabirds were counted and collected on a selected number of sampling routes (25 km) along the German North Sea coast.
The aim of this study was to obtain information about which species were involved and on the regional differences in the extent of chronic oil pollution in the German Cited by: 1.
The monitoring of beached oiled seabirds, as performed by the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark, in part sincehas become a valuable instrument for detecting changes in chronic oil pollution as a pressure on marine wildlife (Camphuysen and Heubeck, ). Methods for assessing seabird vulnerability to oil pollution The scale of vulnerability of seabirds depends not only on numbers present but also on behavioural and other characteristics of the species involved.
Several studies have examined ways of assessing these characteristics and species-specific sensitivity to oil pollution, as measured by Oil. Environmental Pollution (Series d~ 33 () Impact of Oil Pollution on Seabirds R. Clark Department of Zoology, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne NEI 7RU, Great Britain ABSTRACT In strictly biological terms, mortality caused by pollution is significant only when it has some impact on the population or community.
Large numbers of seabirds were killed by both acute and chronic oil pollution in the waters around the Northern Isles of Scotland in These mortalities closely coincided with the opening of the Sullom Voe Terminal in Shetland, the largest of Britain's North Sea oil-ports, and appeared to stem largely from the illegal discharge of ballast water or tank slops from tankers trading.
Oil Pollution and Seabirds in Denmark 31 pp. See: 6: Boguslaw Fruzinski: Feeding Habits of Pink-footed Geese in Denmark during the Spring Passage in April 11 pp. See: 7: Anders Holm Joensen: Statistics of Duck Hunting in Denmark 20 pp.
See: 8: Birger Jensen and Darrell M. Sequeira. Fisher J () The Shell Bird Book. Ebury, Michael Joseph, London. Oil pollution and seabirds in Denmark – Dan Rev Game Biol 6 (8): 1– (b) Studies on oil pollution and seabirds in Denmark – Dan Rev Game Biol 6 (9): 1– Google Scholar.
Joensen AH () Danish seabird disasters in Mar Pollut Bull 4. Oil Pollution Thetonne oil tanker Sea Empress ran aground on February 15th at pm, despite being under the control of one of Milford Haven’s harbour pilots. Heavy seas had prevented the tanker from being docked earlier, but insufficient safety measures, including the lack of provision for a heavy tug in the area are also.
Richardson et al.: Oil Pollution, Seabirds, and Operational Consequences, around the Northern Isles of Scotland N Fig. The distribution of seabird oiling kills in NE Scotland and the Northern Isles in Also illustrated are the crude-oil pipelines to Sullom Voe and Flotta (solid lines), and the tanker.
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Threat of plastic pollution to seabirds is global, pervasive, and increasing Chris Wilcoxa,1, Erik Van Sebilleb,c, and Britta Denise Hardestya aOceans and Atmosphere Business Unit, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Hobart, TASAustralia; bGrantham Institute & Department of Physics, Imperial College London, London SW7 2AZ, United Kingdom; and cAustralian.
Significance Plastic pollution in the ocean is a rapidly emerging global environmental concern, with high concentrations (up topieces per km2) and a global distribution, driven by exponentially increasing production.
Seabirds are particularly vulnerable to this type of pollution and are widely observed to ingest floating plastic. We used a mixture of literature surveys, oceanographic. PROECT TOPIC: THE EFFECTS OF OIL SPILLAGE IN THE NIGER DELTA A CASE STUDY OF UGHELLI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF DELTA STATE includes abstract and chapter one, complete project material available THE EFFECTS OF OIL SPILLAGE IN THE NIGER DELTA A CASE STUDY OF UGHELLI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF DELTA STATE TABLE OF.
Plastic pollution in the ocean is a rapidly emerging global environmental concern, with high concentrations (up topieces per km2) and a global distribution, driven by exponentially increasing production.
Seabirds are particularly vulnerable to this type of pollution and are widely observed to ingest floating plastic. We used a mixture of literature surveys, oceanographic modeling. Clark, R.
B., Impact of oil pollution on seabirds. Environmental PollutionClarke K.R., Green R.N. Statistical design and analysis for a “biological effects” study. Marine Ecology Progress Series Code of Federal Regulations, Title. Plastic pollution in the ocean is a rapidly emerging global environmental concern, with high concentrations (up topieces per km 2) and a global distribution, driven by exponentially increasing ds are particularly vulnerable to this type of pollution and are widely observed to ingest floating plastic.
Oil pollution of marine habitats >Oil pollution is one of the most conspicuous forms of damage to the marine environment.
Oil enters the seas not only as a result of spectacular oil tanker or oil rig disasters, but also – and primarily – from diffuse sources, such as leaks during oil extraction, illegal tank-cleaning operations at sea, or discharges into the rivers which are then carried.
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