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  • Zooplankton of the New York Bight : a comparison of the years 1975 and 1976 during the months of May and June 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Esaias, Wayne E. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1981)
    The seasonal abundance and distribution of copepods and other zooplankton in the New York Blight has been described by Judkins, et al. (1980). Their analysis was based on 218 samples collected on 11 cruises over the period ...
  • 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
  • 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 ...
  • A summary concerning the newly adopted Practical Salinity Scale, 1978, and the International Equation of State of Seawater, 1980 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Pritchard, Donald W. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1982)
    A summary of the meeting held in Sidney, B.C., Canada, 1-5 September 1980, the UNESCO/ICES/SCOR/IAPSO Joint Panel on Oceanogrpahic Tables and Standards (JPOTS) adopted a new practical salinity scale, and a new equation of ...
  • 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, ...
  • Estuarine fine particle sediment systems : the need to know 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1983)
    topics include: Estuarine fine particle sediment systems; Sedimentary deposits; Sources of sediment; Routes and rates of transport; Instrumentation; Possible quantitative classifications
  • 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 ...
  • Stony Brook Mill Pond Project : results and discussion 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Downey, Patrick.; Madden, Barbara.; Schubel, J. R.; Slobodkin, Lawrence B. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985)
    from preface, ". . . This document summarizes the results of a [immunological] survey of the Mill Pond in the Village of Stony Brook, NY conducted from June, 1984 through May 1985. This project was initiated at the request ...
  • The thermal inertia of the sea surface 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Weyl, Peter K. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-04)
    from the Introduction ". . .In this paper, I develop indices of the stability of sea surface temperature to heat loss, that are independent of atmospheric conditions. An examination of the variations of these indices with ...
  • 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
  • Suffolk County’s hard clam industry :an overview and an analysis of management alternatives 

    Marine Sciences Research Center (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-04-30)
    A selection of sections from the preliminary report of a study by the Coastal Ocean Science and Management Alternatives (COSMA) Program of the Marine Sciences Research Center, State University of New York
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Environmental impact of sanitary landfills 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Malione, Bernice Rose (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-08-31)
    from Conclusion, ". . . There are numerous violations of the sanitary landfill criteria which threaten public health; many landfills in existence today are violators. But the technology to construct sanitary landfills that ...
  • The environmental impact of refuse collection vehicles 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Mackin, James E. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-09-15)
    from Introduction, ". . .Further details of the coupling of economics and environmental concerns are discussed in a later section of this report. . ."
  • 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 ...
  • Environmental impacts of resource recovery facilities 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Swider, Kenneth Thomas. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-09-15)
    from the Introduction, ". . .The issue of solid waste disposal is increasingly becoming a dilemma in many areas of the United States. . .Thus many municipalities are looking toward an alternative means of waste disposal: ...
  • 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 ...