The symposium on Chemical Dispersants for the Control of Oil Spills was held at Williamsburg, Va., 4-5 Oct. 1977. The symposium was sponsored by Committee F20 on Spill Control Systems, American Society for Testing and Materials. L. T. McCarthy, Jr., presided as symposium chairman. The editors of this publication are L. T. McCarthy, Jr., G. P. Lindblom, Exxon Chemical Company, and H. F. Walter, Department of Energy.
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A Small-Scale Laboratory Dispersant Effectiveness Test
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Physical and Chemical Behavior of Small Crude Oil Slicks on the Ocean
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Evaluation of Equipment for Aerial Spraying of Oil Dispersant Chemicals
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Chemical Analysis of Dispersed Oil in the Water Column
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Drop Size Distributions in a Treated Oil-Water System
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Practical Experience of Dispersant Usage
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A System for the Application of Dispersants to the Problems of Oil Spill Clearance
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Effects of Dispersant Use on Shore Life
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