THE DELAWARE ESTUARY SYSTEM, ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC EFFECTS. IMPACTS OF A DEEPWATER TERMINAL. VOLUME I. ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH A DEEPWATER PORT IN THE DELAWARE BAY AREA
The report draws largely from published materials to review the environmental problems associated with a deepwater port in the Delaware Bay area. The general description includes site locations and proposed facilities, geological setting, physical environment, and biological environment. The effect of construction and maintenance is concerned with a proposed 20-mile site, 8-mile site, Cape May site, and Big Stone Beach site, and the impact on Phytoplankton, Zooplankton, Finfish, and Benthos. The effect of oil spills is concerned with fate of oil spill, environmental effects of dry bulk commodities, and secondary effects. Reference are cited.
- See also PB-239670, and PB-239671. Prepared in cooperation with Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Rutgers--The State University, New Brunswirk, N.J.
University of Delaware, NewarkCollege of Marine Studies
Newark, DE United States 19716
- Maurer, D
- Publication Date: 1974-5
- Pagination: 208 p.
- TRT Terms: Deepwater harbors; Oil spills; Petroleum terminals; Prevention; Surveys
- Old TRIS Terms: Environmental surveys; Oil spill prevention; Oil terminals
- Subject Areas: Marine Transportation; Security and Emergencies; Terminals and Facilities;
- Accession Number: 00098214
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: NSF/RA/E-74-017
- Contract Numbers: NSF-GI-33369
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Aug 13 1975 12:00AM