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Combined effects of bioavailable organic contaminants in the aquatic environment. (2013)
Thesis
EMELOGU, E.S. 2013. Combined effects of bioavailable organic contaminants in the aquatic environment. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

In contrast to conventional spot or bottle water sampling techniques, passive sampling has been shown to be a reliable and efficient method for monitoring the toxicologically-relevant, freely-dissolved (e.g. bioavaialable) concentrations of a wide ra... Read More about Combined effects of bioavailable organic contaminants in the aquatic environment..

Environmental risk management of contamination of marine biota by hydrocarbons specifically those arising following an oil spill. (2009)
Thesis
ENWERE, R. 2009. Environmental risk management of contamination of marine biota by hydrocarbons specifically those arising following an oil spill. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

Marine pollution resulting from oil spillage has received much attention mostly due to the damaging effects it has on fisheries and aquacultures. One component of oil that is widely studied due to its toxic and carcinogenic properties is the polycycl... Read More about Environmental risk management of contamination of marine biota by hydrocarbons specifically those arising following an oil spill..

The development and application of statistical sampling regime to map out hydrocarbons in sediments. (2005)
Thesis
AHMED, A.S. 2005. The development and application of statistical sampling regime to map out hydrocarbons in sediments. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

This thesis investigates and develops a stratified random sampling design for sediments in an offshore oil field environment. The sampling area was partitioned equally into sixteen zones. Stratification was based on the near-field and far-field areas... Read More about The development and application of statistical sampling regime to map out hydrocarbons in sediments..