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Record #84832:

In situ burning of oil in experimental ice leads / H.M. Brown, R.H. Goodman.

Title: In situ burning of oil in experimental ice leads / H.M. Brown, R.H. Goodman.
Author(s): Brown, H. M.
Goodman, R. H.
Date: 1987.
Publisher: Ottawa: Environmental Studies Revolving Funds
In: Environmental Studies Revolving Funds Report. (1987.), Vol. 064 (1987)
Abstract: In order to test efficacy of burning as technique for removal of spilled oil in Arctic waters, experimental burns of weathered crude oil were carried out in varying wind conditions in leads of various geometries cut into ice in test basin. Results discussed; burning efficiencies of 90% were achieved when moderate winds herded oil into long narrow leads.
Notes:

Environmental Studies Revolving Funds Report. Vol. 064 :vi, 27 p. (1987).

Keywords: 502.55 -- Pollution.
665.6 -- Pollution, oil.
502.55(204) -- Pollution, water.
E6 -- Glaciology: floating ice.
SPRI record no.: 84832

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