Papers presented at the Arctic Marine Oil Spill Program (AMOP) Technical Seminar (15th, 1992, Edmonton) covering behaviour and fate of oil, assessment evaluation, activity reports, remote sensing, countermeasures, in situ burning, bioremediation, biological effects and shoreline cleanup.However, low-pressure flushing and the use of sorbents may be equally effective on more weathered or emulsified oils. Conversely, manual methods such as the use of squeegees, rollers, shovels, and rakes will be less effective on light products ... Vacuum systems, booms, and skimmers in combination can recover deep pools of mobile oil if the oil is not too full of debris. ... Thick pools of oil stranded in lagoons or among slumped tundra blocks on scarp-foot beaches are particularlyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Proceedings, fifteenth Arctic and Marine Oilspill Program Technical Seminar|
|Author||:||Canada. Technology Development Branch|
|Publisher||:||The Branch - 1992|