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Oil pollution on Wake Island from the tanker R. C. Stoner
Reginald M. Gooding
by National Marine Fisheries Service; for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., Washington in Seattle
Written in English
|Statement||by Reginald M. Gooding.|
|Series||Special scientific report--fisheries,, no. 636|
|LC Classifications||SH11 .A335 no. 636, GC1572.W33 .A335 no. 636|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 12 p.|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||72614247|
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Oil pollution on Wake Island from the tanker R.C. Stoner. Published Date: Series: Wake Island Collection(s): National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) Main Document Checksum: "Evaluation of oil toxicity in general is not a simple or easy task. What we consider as 'oil' includes qualitatively and chemically very different kinds of. 62 FORDHAM ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REPORT [Vol C. The Deepwater Port Act of The Deepwater Port Act2" prohibits discharges of oil into the marine environment from a vessel within any safety zone.2" Violators are as- sessed a civil penalty of not more than $10, for each violation Clean-up costs are assumed by the government via the Deepwater Port.
Oil Pollution on Wake Island from the Tanker R. C. Stoner. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Special Scientific Report – Fisheries No. May Movement of Spilled Oil . THE OIL POLLUTION ACT OF A LONG TIME COMING the tanker SS Torrey Canyon rammed into the Seven Stones Reef, sending over , barrels of Kuwaiti crude into interna-tional waters sixteen miles west of Lands End off the southwest coast of including the grounding of the R.C. Stoner in September, , off Wake Island; the Pegasos.
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Excerpt from Oil Pollution on Wake Island From the Tanker R. Stoner On September 6,the SS 3. Stoner, an -ton tanker, went aground about m southwest of the harbor entrance at Wake Is land (figures 1 and She was in the process of mooring to two buoys located outside the harbor when the strong southwesterly wind drove her onto the by: 5.
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Oil pollution on Wake Island from the tanker R. Stoner by Reginald M. Gooding,National Marine Fisheries Service; for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt Cited by: 5. Oil Pollution on Wake Island from the Tanker E.
REGINALD M. GOODING, Fishery Biologist National Marine Fisheries Service Hawaii Area Fishery Research Center Honolulu, Hawaii ABSTRACT On September 6,the tanker E. Stoner foundered on the reef off the harbor entrance at Wake Island. Oil pollution on Wake Island from the tanker R.C.
Stoner / By Reginald M. Gooding and United States. National Marine Fisheries Service. Topics: Stoner (R.C.) (Tanker), Oil pollution. Title: SS R.C. STONER, a Standard Oil Tanker Caption: Ran aground at Wake Island on 5 September withbarrels of aviation fuel on board.
Attempts at salvage continued until 19 October after the typhoons had done their damage when the salvors flattened the wreck. Wake Island From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search This artic. On September 6,Standard Oil of California's 18,ton tanker SS R. Stoner was driven onto the reef at Wake Island by a strong southwesterly wind after the ship failed to moor to the two buoys near the harbor entrance.
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STEIGNER and MERTON C. Oil pollution on Wake Island from the tanker R. Stoner. Legacy series: Special Scientific Report - Fisheries (SSRF) Author. On September 6,Standard Oil of California‘s 18,ton tanker SS R.C. Stoner was driven onto the reef at Wake Island by a strong southwesterly wind after the ship failed to moor to the two buoys near the harbor entrance.
The Effects of Oil Spills and Dispersant Use on Corals A Review and Multidisciplinary Experimental Approach* A. KNAP1, T. SLEETER1, R. DODGE2, S. WYERS1, H. FRITH1 and S. SMITHl Bermuda Biological Station, Ferry Reach, St. George'sBermuda 2 Nova University, Ocean Sciences Center, N.
Ocean Drive, Dania, FloridaUSA Coral reefs are. On September 6,the SS 3. Stoner, an -ton tanker, went aground about m southwest of the harbor entrance at Wake Is land (figures 1 and She was in the process of mooring to two buoys located outside the harbor when the strong southwesterly wind drove her onto the reef.
Book Details. On September 6,Standard Oil of California's 18,ton tanker SS R.C. Stoner was driven onto the reef at Wake Island by a strong southwesterly wind after the ship failed to moor to the two buoys near the harbor entrance. 1. Introduction. Oil pollution has been long considered as a serious environmental problem due to its significant, long-term impact on the environment, ecology and socioeconomics of the polluted and surrounding areas [1,2].Oil spill is mainly caused by collision, grounding and leakage involving vessels, pipelines and storage facilities; among which oil tanker accident is the primary .'R.
Stoner', 22, tons About kg of inshore reef fishes killed and Gooding () Wake Island, mid- (Gasoline, jet fuel, stranded on shore. Snails and sea urchins found Pacific Ocean turbine fuel, Diesel dead in large numbers. Either gasoline or black oil oil, Bunker C). The community structure and species diversity of hermatypic corals was studied during –, in two reef flats in the northern Gulf of Eilat, Red Sea: the reef flat of the nature reserve at Eilat, which is chronically polluted by oil and minerals, and a control reef, located 5 km further south, which is free from oil pollution.
Inthe nature reserve and the control reef had similar. As ships get bigger, the pollution is getting worse.
The most staggering statistic of all is that just 16 of the world’s largest ships can produce as much lung-clogging sulphur pollution as all. R.C. Stoner, Wake Island/September On September 6,the tanker R.C. Stoner grounded m southwest of the harbor entrance at Wake Island. Wake Island consists of three islets forming an atoll enclosing a shallow lagoon.
The tanker was fully loaded with over 6 million gallons of refined fuel oil. This is a reverse-chronological list of oil spills that have occurred throughout the world and spill(s) that are currently ongoing. Quantities are measured in tonnes of crude oil with one tonne roughly equal to US gallons, Imperial gallons, barrels, or calculation uses a median value of for the specific gravity of light crude oil; actual values can range.Marine Pollution: Sources, Fate and Effects of Pollutants in Coastal Ecosystems bring together the theoretical background on common and emerging marine pollutants and their effects on organisms (ecotoxicology).
Written by a renowned expert in the field who is a researcher, teacher and advisor of national and international institutions on issues such as oil spills, water quality assessment and.Oil pollution on Wake Island from the tanker R.
C. Stoner. By Re M Gooding. May iti + 12 p. 8 ligs. 2 tables. For sale b Superintendent of Documents. US. Government Printing Office. Wash \ D.C. Occurrence of larval. juvenile. and mature crabs .