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Adaptation of the Minerals Management Service's Oil-Weathering Model for Use in the Gulf of Mexico Region

Description: The Minerals Management Service's open-ocean, oil-weathering model has been updated extensively for use on personal computers to determine what oil-weathering processes are wind and/or temperature dependent. Provides detailed user's instructions on how to use the model, examples demonstrating the model, and program listings.
Date: October 1992
Creator: Kirstein, Bruce E.

Analysis of Ambient Pollutant Concentrations and Meteorological Conditions Affecting EPA Class I and II Areas in Southeastern Louisiana, Volume 2: Appendices

Description: Appendices containing data that was collected as apart of a study on pollutants in Southeastern Louisiana. The four appendices include: [A] Gosier Island Hourly Data, [B] Breton Island (Chandeleur Islander) Hourly Data, [C] Pass-A-Loutre Hourly Data, and [D] Radiosonde Data.
Date: December 1996
Creator: Hsu, S. A.

Chemical Safety ALERT

Description: This publication is an alert by the EPA to notify possible hazards from carbon adsorption deodorizing systems.
Date: May 1997
Creator: United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

Coastal Upwelling and Mass Mortalities of Fishes and Invertebrates in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico during Spring and Summer 1998: Final Report

Description: Report of the mass mortality of fish and invertebrates resulting from the 1998 El Nino in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. Mortality was linked to a condition of near anoxia caused by a confluence of unusual oceanographic stratification associated with coastal upwelling, algal proliferation, and climatic conditions.
Date: September 1999
Creator: Collard, Sneed B & Lugo-Fernandez, Alexis

Cumulative Ecological Significance of Oil and Gas Structures in the Gulf of Mexico: Information Search, Synthesis, and Ecological Modeling; Phase I, Final Report

Description: Phase 1, final report on the use of information searches and ecological modeling to assess the impact of petroleum platforms on the habitat and biota of the Gulf of Mexico in order to determine the potential changes that might occur with the removal of spent platforms.
Date: April 1998
Creator: Gallaway, B. J.; Cole, J. G.; Lissner, A.; Waddell, E.; Heilprin, D.; Wilson, C. A. et al.