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Pollution in coastal waters

Pollution in coastal waters

an interim report on results of a priority programme of the German Research Society (1966-1974)

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Published by H. Boldt in Boppard .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Sea.,
  • Baltic Sea.,
  • Germany.
    • Subjects:
    • Marine pollution -- North Sea.,
    • Marine pollution -- Baltic Sea.,
    • Coasts -- Germany.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 118-139.

      Statemented. by Hubert Caspers.
      ContributionsCaspers, Hubert., Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGC1281 .P64
      The Physical Object
      Pagination142 p. :
      Number of Pages142
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4969175M
      ISBN 103764616296
      LC Control Number76459281

      Three case studies of successful coastal governance focus on some of the problems and bring to life potential solutions. Following that are regional profiles that provide detailed information on the main population, resource, and management challenges facing each of the world's thirteen major coastal waters and seas. Book Description. In , after more than a decade of researching the effects of over-population and the consequent pollution of the greater metropolitan New York City area, Carl Sindermann published his observations and conclusions in Ocean Pollution: Effects on Living Resources and Humans, a mostly technical document that emphasized the pathological effects of coastal .

      Water pollution in the United States is a growing problem that became critical in the 19th century with the development of mechanized agriculture, mining, and industry, although recent regulation has drastically reduced water pollution throughout the nation. Extensive industrialization and rapid urban growth exacerbated water pollution as a lack of regulation allowed for toxic discharges . Coastal Pollution: Effects on Living Resources and Humans is a highly lucid expansion and revision of that earlier book that preserves some of the technical aspects and enlightening vignettes recorded in the original. Organized into three distinct sections this work-.

      Water pollution includes any contaminant that gets into lakes, streams, and oceans. The most widespread source of water contamination in developing countries is raw sewage. Coastal pollution can make coastal water unsafe for humans and wildlife. More than one-third of the shellfish-growing waters of the United States are adversely. Pollution fouled South Carolina's coastal waters after Tropical Storm Irma with tests revealing spikes in fecal bacteria. Testing conducted by the Charleston Waterkeeper after Irma found 13 of .


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