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Chemistry Of Marine Water And Sediments

Author : Antonio Gianguzza
ISBN : 9783662049358
Genre : Science
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The most important processes on the Earth`s surface occur in the Ocean where materials and energy are primarily exchanged. In the case of marine chemistry different fields of chemistry from organic to inorganic as well as thermodynamics and biochemistry are involved. Analytical Chemistry is a very important tool for the quantification of biogeochemical processes by providing correct and even more sophisticated methodologies. These are often directly applied 'in situ', in order to detect trace and ultra-trace natural and anthropogenic substances. Kinetic and thermodynamic studies allow us to establish whether the process occurs. Once discovered it is then possible to build up general models for environmental systems. This book gathers many aspects with the aim of creating a general picture of the chemical processes occurring in the marine environment

Chemical Processes In Marine Environments

Author : Antonio Gianguzza
ISBN : 9783662042076
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Materials Engineering And Environmental Science

Author : Qingzhou Xu
ISBN : 9789814759984
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Offshore Disposal Results Of The 106 Mile Dumpsite Study

Author : A. Robertson
ISBN : 9056990330
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Encyclopedia Of Environmental Science And Engineering Fifth Edition Volumes One And Two

Author : James R. Pfafflin
ISBN : 9781439851869
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Completely revised and updated, Encyclopedia of Environmental Science and Engineering, Fifth Edition spans the entire spectrum of environmental science and engineering. Still the most comprehensive, authoritative reference available in this field, the monumental two-volume encyclopedia has expanded to include 87 articles on topics ranging from acid rain, air pollution, and community health, to environmental law, instrumentation, modeling, alternative energy, toxicology, radioactive waste, and water treatment. The articles have been extensively revised and updated, new ones have been added to cover the latest developments related to today's environmental problems. The result is a reference work that provides the information necessary to understand, manage, and respond to threats to the human environment.

Advances In Energy Equipment Science And Engineering

Author : Shiquan Zhou
ISBN : 9781315667980
Genre : Science
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Advances in Energy Equipment Science and Engineering contains selected papers from the 2015 International Conference on Energy Equipment Science and Engineering (ICEESE 2015, Guangzhou, China, 30-31 May 2015). The topics covered include: - Advanced design technology - Energy and chemical engineering - Energy and environmental engineering - Energy science and engineering - Manufacturing systems and automation - Mechanical engineering - New materials and advanced materials Advances in Energy Equipment Science and Engineering will be invaluable to engineers and professionals in Energy Science and Engineering.

Handbook Of Chemical Mass Transport In The Environment

Author : Louis J. Thibodeaux
ISBN : 9781420047561
Genre : Science
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A comprehensive account of the state of the science of environmental mass transport Edited by Louis J. Thibodeaux and Donald Mackay, renowned experts in this field, the Handbook of Chemical Mass Transport in the Environment covers those processes which are critically important for assessing chemical fate, exposure, and risk. In a comprehensive and authoritative format, this unique handbook provides environmental chemists, geoscientists, engineers, and modelers with the essential capabilities to understand and quantify transport. In addition, it offers a one-stop resource on environmental mass transfer and mass transport coefficient estimation methods for all genres. The book begins by discussing mass transport fundamentals from an environmental perspective. It introduces the concept of mobility — key to environmental fate, since transport must occur prior to any reaction or partitioning within the natural multimedia compartments. The fugacity approach to environmental mass transfer and the conventional approach are examined. This is followed by a description of the individual mass transport processes and the appropriate flux equations required for a quantitative expression. The editors have identified 41 individual processes believed to be the most environmentally significant, which form the basis for the remainder of the book Using a consistent format for easy reference, each chapter: Introduces the specific processes Provides a detailed qualitative description Presents key theoretical mathematical formulations Describes field or laboratory measurements of transport parameters Gives data tables and algorithms for numerical estimates Offers a guide for users familiar with the process who are seeking a direct pathway to obtain the numerical coefficients Presents computed example problems, case studies and/or exercises with worked-through solutions and answers The final chapter presents the editors’ insight into future needs and emerging priorities. Accessible and relevant to a broad range of science and engineering users, this volume captures the state of the transport science and practice in this critical area.

Geographic Index Of Environmental Articles

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Genre : Environmental literature
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The Role Of Sediments In The Chemistry Of Aquatic Systems

Author : Wesley L. Bradford
ISBN : UCR:31210020732432
Genre : Sediments (Geology)
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The Role Of Sediments In The Chemistry Of Aquatic Systems

Author : John G. Newton
ISBN : OSU:32435030454755
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