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Evaluating the needs of risk assessment methods of potentially polluting shipwrecks.
Shipwrecks deteriorate and the probability of a release of oil increases with time on the sea floor. The potential leakage is a risk to the marine environment and may also have social and economicExpand
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PAH effects on meio- and microbial benthic communities strongly depend on bioavailability.
The effects of anthropogenic pollutants in dissimilar habitats can vary depending on differences in bioavailability. The factors determining bioavailability are not yet fully understood. This studyExpand
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Meiofaunal and bacterial community response to diesel additions in a microcosm study.
Effects of low PAH-containing diesel were studied in a 60-day microcosm experiment at PAH concentrations 130, 1300 and 13,000μg/kg sediment. Nutrient fluxes, potential nitrification and meiofaunalExpand
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In situ release rates of Cu and Zn from commercial antifouling paints at different salinities.
Antifouling paints are environmentally risk assessed based on their biocidal release rates to the water phase. In situ release rates of copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn) were derived for five commercialExpand
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Copper release rate needed to inhibit fouling on the west coast of Sweden and control of copper release using zinc oxide
Abstract How zinc oxide influences copper release has been tested and the lowest release rate of copper from various combinations of copper and zinc in a paint matrix evaluated, whilst stillExpand
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Analyzing changes in sediment meiofauna communities using the image analysis software ZooImage
We here propose a novel method of automatic classification of higher taxa from benthic meiofaunal communities using the image analysis software ZooImage. Meiofauna was extracted from sediment at fiveExpand
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Shipping and the Environment
Humans have always had a close relationship with the aquatic environment, including the early use of the sea for food harvesting and communication. Today, the sea is an important component of theExpand
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A fault tree model to assess probability of contaminant discharge from shipwrecks.
Shipwrecks on the sea floor around the world may contain hazardous substances that can cause harm to the marine environment. Today there are no comprehensive methods for environmental risk assessmentExpand
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A state-of-the-art model for spatial and stochastic oil spill risk assessment: A case study of oil spill from a shipwreck.
Oil spills are serious environmental issues that potentially can cause adverse effects on marine ecosystems. In some marine areas, like the Baltic Sea, there is a large number of wrecks from theExpand
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Expert elicitation for deriving input data for probabilistic risk assessment of shipwrecks.
The necessity of having a process in place for adequate risk assessment of shipwrecks that pose a threat to the marine environment . Expand
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