Not only does Coastal and Deep Ocean Pollution illustrate the contemporary scientific aspect of ocean climate post 20th century pollution, but it also covers marine environments from a global perspective. This book starts with a discussion of the high impact cases of marine pollution including black tides, red tides, alien species and dead –anoxic- waters. The next two sections cover organic and inorganic pollutants affecting the coastal and deep ocean environments. Chapter authors from all over the world will contribute to the book, giving the text a well-rounded view of environmental conservation, oceans and sustainability.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Andres Hugo Arias is a Researcher at Argentine Institute of Oceanography, IADO.
Table of Contents
General Pollution on Coastal and Deep Ocean Environments. Black Tides: Petroleum at the Ocean. Anoxia in Coastal Waters. Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs). Invasive Species. Inorganic Pollutants. Metals Under the Radar. Mercury and Selenium. Copper: Essential and Noxious to Aquatic Organisms. Physiological Aspect of Inorganic Pollutants in Plants and Animals. Inorganic Marine Debris on Coastal Areas. Remediation of Metals (Bioremediation / Phytoremediation). The Case of Least Known Metals with High Impacts in the Marine Environment. Organic Pollutants. Organohalogenated Compounds (pesticides, PCBs, etc.). Persistent Hydrocarbons: PAHs Ecotoxicological Fate. Organotin Compounds. Brominated Flame Retardants. Emerging Organic Pollutants.