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By D. I. Little (auth.), J. Kuiper, W. J. Van Den Brink (eds.)

A. Rorsch Member of the TNO Board of administration like several dwelling creatures guy has from the very outset encouraged the surroundings. before everything, the strains of human job have been hardly ever obvious and so have been their results at the equilibrium of the surroundings as such. despite the fact that, once guy discovered find out how to use instruments, he was once in a position to impact his atmosphere extra enormously, and to proliferate extra speedily. in general that's the time while issues went unsuitable, simply because a approach used to be started out which used to be to proceed with ever-increasing velocity and on an ever­ expanding scale. the current situation of nature as a result actions of mankind is usually identified. if it is an twist of fate with a nuclear plant or the vanishing of tropical rain forests, acid deposition or the toxins of soil, water and air, environmental mess ups nearly appear to be the order of the day. it truly is awesome that with these kinds of - kind of arbitrary - examples the supply of power performs a job. during this admire one could upload a fair extra very important strength provider to the checklist, particularly: crude oil.

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092 25 The RUA 228/256 values decrease slowly, so that the difference among these snmples is evident, even when the oil slick is spread on the surface of' the sen during 15 days. Figs. 4) 5 and 6 illustrate the correlatio,1:3 :hovm. n Table 5. UA 228/256 enn serve as 8. rdless the ageing of spread oil. RUA RUA 228nm 2S6n m 22an m 2S6nm Crude oi I Observed 0 - Calculated x- 1,8 Heavy gas oil 1,00 1,6 0,98 1,4 0,95 S I 10 15 S w time (days) Fig. 4. 5. CORRELATION OF RUA AND TIME OF THE EXPOSURE 26 The question to be mentioned in the case of UV measurement in general is, that this method, as well as the fluorescence spectroscopy, can be applied only in case whe:1 oil contain the aromatic and/or unsatu~ated hydrocarbons, which is not always obvious.

The use of chemical dispersants in a spill response will increase the rate of oil removal from the surface, and the effectiveness of a dispersant describes the efficiency of this process. There are mnny natural processes, such as evaporation, natural dispersion, dissolutton and biodegradation which also remove oil from the water surface. These processes compete with the chemical dispersant action. In order to determine the effect of the use of a dispersant, it is necessary to determine the amount of oil removed from the surface, and the time taken for that process to occur.

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