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by J.M. Neff

ePub Bioaccumulation in Marine Organisms: Effect of Contaminants from Oil Well Produced Water download
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J.M. Neff
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978-0080437163
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Elsevier Science; 1 edition (April 30, 2002)
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This book summarizes the bioavailability and marine ecotoxicology of metal and organic contaminants that may .

This book summarizes the bioavailability and marine ecotoxicology of metal and organic contaminants that may occur in oil well produced water at concentrations significantly higher than those in ambient seawater. The contaminants of concern include arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, mercury, radium isotopes, zinc, monocyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, phenols, and bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate.

PDF On Jan 1, 2002, . Produced water often is generated during the production of oil and gas from onshore. Neff and others published Bioaccumulation in Marine Organisms: Effect of Contaminants from Oil Well Produced Water. Formation water is seawater or fresh water that has been trapped.

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ABSTRACT: Disposal of produced water during petroleum extraction causes serious environmental damage, hence the need to complete . RETRACTED: Biochemical and Physiological Effect of Silver Bioaccumulation. N. Aquilina, R. Blundell.

ABSTRACT: Disposal of produced water during petroleum extraction causes serious environmental damage, hence the need to complete the water treatment before being disposed to environment within the criteria set established by environmental agencies in the countries. These act as a barrier to oil in the aqueous stream, because their essential properties for filtration, such as chemical inertness, biological stability and resistance to high temperatures.

Effect of Contaminants from Oil Well Produced Water. Bioaccumulation of barium by marine organisms. Affiliations and Expertise. Battelle, Coastal Resources and Environmental Management, 397 Washington S. Duxbury, MA 02332, USA. eBook ISBN: 9780080527840. Concentrations of barium in tissues of marine organisms. Toxicity of barium to marine organisms. Environmental effects of barium in produced water. In summary, brief, but sound coverage of the main topics bioaccumulation (19 pages) and on produced water (35 pages).

Publisher : Amsterdam (Netherlands) Elsevier

Publisher : Amsterdam (Netherlands) Elsevier

Large volumes of produced water are generated and discharged to the coastal and ocean waters worldwide from offshore oil and gas production facilities. There is concern that the chemicals in the produced water may harm marine ecosystems. This book summarizes the bioavailability and marine ecotoxicology of metal and organic contaminants that may occur in oil well produced water at concentrations significantly higher than those in ambient seawater. The contaminants of concern include arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, mercury, radium isotopes, zinc, monocyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, phenols, and bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate.

The first part of the book is a detailed discussion of the chemical composition of produced water from offshore oil wells worldwide and its fates following discharge to the ocean. The remaining chapters of the book summarize the current scientific literature on the sources and distributions in the ocean of each of the contaminants of concern and their bioaccumulation and toxicity to marine organisms.

This book will be of value to: environmental scientists in the oil and gas industry; marine toxicologists and ecological risk assessors in academia, government, and industry; government regulatory agencies concerned with marine environmental protection.

The book advances the concept that bioavailability evaluation must be included in all ecological risk assessments and other environmental assessments of chemical contaminants in marine and freshwater ecosystems.