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    • Floatables and medical type wastes on the region's beaches 1989 vs. 1988 What were the differences and their causes? 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Monteleone, Doreen Michele; Olin, John M.; Schubel, J. R. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1989-12-15)
      from the introduction, "The Foes of Floatables and Medical Type Waste met on October 24, 1989 at the New York State Urban Development Corporation in New York City, New York. The meeting was sponsored by the Marine Sciences ...
    • Flow over a deep compartment in the Ambrose Channel 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph) (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1991)
      from the conclusion, "Streamlining the bathymetry in a deepened compartment of Ambrose Channel; can prevent separation of the flow and allow the tidal currents to remain sufficiently high to prevent the formation of mud ...
    • An identification and preliminary assessment of altrnatives to enhanced nutrient removal at sewage treatment plants for relieving hypoxia in western Long Island Sound : report of a workshop, 21 August 1991 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R.; Nino-Lopez, Rafael; Sun, Jianguo; Veidt, Denise; Zhang, Chongle (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1991)
      from the introduction, "This workshop was conducted at the request of the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Long Island Sound Study. The background on the workshop is summarized briefly int he 16 August 1991 memo to ...
    • Influences of the Hudson-Raritan Estuary on the New York Bight 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1982)
      . . .In this report we discuss certain aspects of the connection, the "coupling," between Bight and Estuary and, based on this information, we assess the likely effects on the Bight of several proposed changes in Estuary ...
    • Measures and degrees of marine ecosystem degradation 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Stanford, Harold M.; Schubel, J. R. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1982)
      Summary of an informal workshop, 3 February 1982, under cooperative agreement between NOAA’s Office of Marine Pollution Assessment and SUNY’s Marine Sciences Research Center.
    • Moriches Inlet : report of a workshop held at the Marine Sciences Research Center on 29 October 1981 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1982-02-25)
      This report is a brief summary of the proceedings of the workshop held on 29 October 1981 at the Marine Sciences Research Center. It was written with due consideration for the discussions which occurred during the workshop, ...
    • NYS Project 2000 : marine and Great Lakes resources, 2000 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1991)
      from the preface, ". . .These reports are part of a series to address the future of New York's marine and Great Lakes resources int he year 2000 and beyond. . .These reports are intended to provide some of the information ...
    • Oceanographic data and climate research : exploratory thoughts 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Weyl, Peter K. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-04)
      A Report in the Coastal Ocean Sciences and Management ( COSMA ) Program Series
    • On development of an estuarine science-management paradigm : report of a workshop, 20 September 1990 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1990)
      from the preface, "This working paper is the first in a series of reports that will be prepared as part if a project to develop a model program -- a paradigm -- of research, monitoring and modelling in support of management ...
    • On development of an estuarine science-management paradigm : report of a workshop, 23-24 April 1991 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R.; Bell, Trudy M.; Eshet, Yuval (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1991)
      from the preface, "This working paper is the second in a series of reports that will be prepared as part of a project to develop a model program -- a paradigm -- for research, monitoring and education in support of ...
    • On the identification of strategies to eliminate the causes of floatables on beaches: results of a workshop held on 22 March 1990 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R.; Bell, Trudy M.; Monteleone, Doreen Michele (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1990)
      from the goal section of the introduction, "The primary goal of the Workshop was to identify strategies to eliminate the fundamental causes of floatable and medical-type wastes on the region's beaches."
    • An overview of the solid wastes disposal problem in the United States 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Mackin, James E. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-09-15)
      from the Summary, ". . .Land filling is currently the only legal "ultimate" means of waste disposal. Limitations in land space and potential problems of drinking water pollution are the major disadvantages of this disposal ...
    • Petroleum Hydrocarbons in the Hudson-Raritan Estuary: a review 

      Connell, D. W. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1981-05)
      The sources for petroleum hydrocarbons discharges to the Hudson Raritan estuary were identified and quantified according to the available information. Similarly losses to the system were quantified allowing an overall ...
    • Predicted changes in tidal circulation in the lower bay of New York Harbor resulting from deepening a section of Ambrose Channel 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Vieira, Mário E. C.; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph) (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1990-03)
      from the abstract, "The possible consequences of deepening to 70 feet a section of the Ambrose Channel which gives access to the Lower Bay of New York Harbor were assessed."
    • Raw shellfish and public health : are there alternatives to a cooking requirement to reduce health risks to an acceptable level? 

      Marine Sciences Research Center (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-06-27)
      from the Introduction, ". . .The goal of our Workshop was to attempt to mitigate this conflict by identifying alternatives to a "cooking requirement" which would reduce to an acceptable level the risks--real and ...
    • Report of a workshop to assess the need for an OMPA-sponsored synthesis activity on pollution in Chesapeake Bay : a report to the Office of Marine Pollution Assessment 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1981)
      Workshop held 29 July 1981 EPA Central Regional Laboratory, Annapolis, Maryland
    • Sand transport at the East Hampton groins 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Leatherman, S.; Bruno, Michael S.; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph) (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1991)
      from the introduction, "As a supplement to the analysis of historical records of shoreline position at East Hampton, and with the aim of systematically assessing the impact of the coastal structures in the area, a computer ...
    • Some possible futures of Long Island Sound 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R.; Pritchard, Donald W. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1991)
      from the discussion, "We will have to wait and see how good our scenarios for Long Island Sound are,but we are convinced that the strategy can be applied to environmental problems with good results."
    • Some possible futures of Long Island Sound 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R.; Pritchard, Donald W. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1991)
      from the introduction, ". . .In this paper we explore the range of those possible futures. Since the possible futures will depend primarily upon people and their activities, we first review the population and land use ...
    • Some thoughts on garbage and trash through the ages 

      Marine Sciences Research Center; Rivara, Dawn Marie (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-08-31)
      from document, ". . .Throughout man's history he has been faced with the problem of disposing his garbage in an efficient, ecologically sound manner. In over a,ooo years man has not been able to solve this dilemna. Perhaps ...