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    • Characteristics of the Ground-Water Seepage into Great South Bay 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph); Zeitlin, Michael J. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1980-03)
      from the abstract, "The water quality and salinity in Great South Bay represent a balance between the amount of seawater that enters the bay through its inlets and the amount of freshwater that is supplied from Long Island. ...
    • Characterization and stabilization of Ogden-Chicago residue 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Woodhead, P. M. J.; Roethel, Frank J. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985)
      A sample of urban-waste incinerator residues from a Chicago Resource Recovery Plant was characterized for physico-chemical and mineralogical properties. The potentials of the waste material for stabilization and solid block ...
    • Climatology of Long Island related to the "brown tide" phytoplankton blooms of 1985 and 1986 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Siddall, Scott E. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1987)
      from the introduction, ". . .Based on this background, the present study was proposed by the Suffolk County Department of Health Services; the Marine Sciences Research Center was requested to conduct the study with Suffolk ...
    • Coal waste artificial reef program, phase 1 : materials screening and characterization 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Woodhead, P. M. J.; Parker, John Hamilton, (J. H.); Dayal, R.; O'Connors, H. B.; Carleton, H. R.; Wang, Franklin F. Y; Carroll, T. O.; Dicker, Daniel; Duedall, Iver W. (I. W.) (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1984)
      from the introduction, ". . .This report describes the activities and presents the results of the initial activities (hereafter called Phase I) of the Coal Waste Artificial Reef Program (C-WARP) which started on October ...
    • Compliance with New York State coastal structures permitting regulations : development of a methodology and application to the town of East Hampton, New York for the period from 1974 to 1976 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Snow, J. W. (Jeffrey William); Weyl, Peter K.; Schubel, J. R.; Greges, Monte P. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1981-02)
      from the introduction, "The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of the present permitting system for controlling shoreline structures and to suggest possible improvements. Utilizing aerial photographs ...
    • A conceptual framework for assessing dredging/disposal options in Chesapeake Bay 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Pritchard, Donald W.; Weyl, Peter K.; Wise, William, (W. M.); Schubel, J. R.; Carter, Harry H. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1979)
      from the introduction and conclusions and recommendations, "Throughout the entire United States more than 400 million cubic yards . . .of material are dredged annually by the U.S . Army Corps of Engineers. . .The greatest ...
    • The condition of New York's ocean shoreline, 1993 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph) (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1995)
      from the introduction, ". . .It is my intention to explore ways to classify the coast, using only aerial photographs, in a way that will facilitate comparisons of different sites along NY's ocean shoreline with regards to ...
    • Containment Islands in New York Harbor 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph); Cerrato, Robert Michael; Ellsworth, J. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1989)
      From abstract: "The construction and use of containment islands is a technically feasible option for the disposal of dredged sediment. The ecological impacts due to the loss of sea floor under he island might be minimized ...
    • Containment islands in New York Harbor 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph); Cerrato, Robert Michael (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-12)
      from the abstract, "In this report we will present information which indicates that the construction of large or medium-sized containment islands in New York Harbor is within the present technical ability, that containment ...
    • Critical problems of New York's marine coastal zone: a preliminary selection 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Monteleone, Doreen Michele; Olin, John M.; Schubel, J. R. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1990-03-07)
      from the preface, "This report is the first step in a process to identify important problems -- existing and incipient -- of New York's coastal marine environments; problems that are not receiving adequate attention. . ."
    • Degradation of starch-based plastics in the environment. 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Breslin, Vincent (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1992)
      from the introduction, ". . .The degradation processes for starch-based plastics following burial in modern sanitary landfills is not well known. The objective of this study is to measure the rate and extent of deterioration ...
    • The Delaware Estuary Program : informal report of a workshop held 16-19 May 1990 to identify new information needed by managers to ensure uses and values desired for the Delaware Estuary in 2020 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R.; Eichbaum, William M.; Lee, Jihyun (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1990)
      from the introduction, "This report summaries the information needed by managers and identifies the general areas of research required. . .to develop that information."
    • The Delaware Estuary Program: informal report of a workshop held 30-31 March 1990 to identify uses and values for the Delaware Estuary in 2020 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R.; Eichbaum, William M.; Schubel, Susan E. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1990)
      from the preface, ". . .this report is an informal report of the first two workshops. It is intended primarily to be input to the second workshop. . ."
    • Development of a research program for the Peconic Bay Estuary responsive to management needs : phase 1 : report of a workshop, 26 November 1991 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Colvin, Gordon; McElroy, Anne; Minei, Vito; Nuzzi, Robert; Schubel, J. R.; Smith, Christopher F.; Walker, Andrew (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1991)
      from the introduction, "On 26 November 1991, a workshop was help at the Marine Sciences Research Center to begin to develop for the Peconic estuary a research program responsive to management needs. . ." This working paper ...
    • Disposal of unprocessed, processed, and stabilized garbage and trash in the ocean 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Jacobson, Myrna Ellen. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-09-15)
      from the Introduction, ". . .Finding a method for disposal of garbage and trash is an increasing problem couples to more intense industrialization, urbanization, mass production, population increase and lowering of the ...
    • Dissolved oxygen data in western Long Island Sound 1988-89 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Salerno, J.; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph); Muller, R. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1989)
      from the introduction, "From April 1988 through September 1989, dissolved oxygen concentrations were measure for the purposes of defining areas of hypoxia and determining the length of time that these areas were hypoxic. ...
    • Distribution of surficial sediments and eelgrass in New York's south shore bays : an assessment from the literature 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Jones, Clifford Russell; Schubel, J. R. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1978)
      from the abstract, "We completed an investigation of all published and unpublished information available on the distributions of surficial sediment and eelgrass ( Zostera marina) in New York's south shore bays. This report ...
    • Distributions of surficial sediment and eelgrass in Great South Bay, New York : (from Smith Point, west to Wantagh State Parkway) 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Jones, Clifford Russell; Schubel, J. R. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1980)
      from the introduction, ". . .The objectives of this study were to map the texture of the surficial sediments, their organic content, and the distribution of eelgrass. This report summarizes the data in tabular form. . ...
    • Effect of borrow pits on the abundance and distribution of fishes in the Lower Bay of New York Harbor 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Conover, David O.; Cerrato, Robert Michael; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph) (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-12)
      from the abstract, "A finfish survey was done on a monthly basis by trawling at three sites in the Lower Bay of New York Harbor. Two of these sites were within borrow pits that had been excavated in the bay floor by ...
    • Effects of increasing [delta] T on power plant entrainment mortality at Indian Point, New York 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Carter, Harry H.; Schubel, J. R.; O'Connor, J. M. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1979)
      from the abstract, "In this report we have analyzed the effect of increasing [delta]T, the temperature rise across the condensers, by decreasing Q the cooling water flow rate, on the entrainment mortality rate per unit ...