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The resulting oil undergoes weathering process, leading to a tar ball formation," states a study published in the international journal, Marine Pollution Bulletin.
ier work has been included in a special "emergency issue" of the journal Marine Pollution Bulletin entitled Seagrass Meadows in a Globally Changing Environment.
The use of chemical dispersants to combat oil spills at sea: a review of practice and research needs in Europe, Marine Pollution Bulletin 54(7): 827-838.
He is lead author of the study recently published in the Marine Pollution Bulletin.
Lipp's study, published in the July 2002 issue of the Marine Pollution Bulletin, put a new twist on measuring fecal contamination in coastal waters.
For every 6 pounds of plastic that we got, there was only one pound of zooplankton," said Charles Moore, one of the authors of the study, which was published in the Marine Pollution Bulletin.
Two years after oil spills in California in 1990 and 1991, only about 10 percent of the oiled brown pelicans that received treatment could be accounted for, compared to about 55 percent of breeding-age pelicans that avoided the oil, Anderson's team reports in the October Marine Pollution Bulletin.
The research, published April 2007 in Marine Pollution Bulletin, showed that the crabs do not burrow as deeply in the areas still affected by oil as they do in oil-free areas in Wild Harbor or in a control site, Great Sippewissett Marsh.