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THE THEORY OF MICROEMULSIONS = LA THEORIE DES MICROEMULSIONSROBBINS ML.sdIN: 76TH NATL. MEET. AM. INST. CHEM. ENG.; TULSA, OKLA.; 1974; NEW YORK; A.I.CH.E.; DA. S.D.; VOL. 40 A; PP. (16 P.); BIBL. 9 REF.Conference Paper

NEW OIL SPILL DISPERSANT. = NOUVEAU DISPERSANT POUR LES NAPPES DE PETROLE1975; NORTH. OFFSHORE; NORWAY; DA. 1975; VOL. 4; NO 9; PP. 97Article

PETROLEUM TRITERPANE FINGERPRINTING OF CRUDE OILS.PYM JG; RAY JE; SMITH GW et al.1975; ANAL. CHEM.; U.S.A.; DA. 1975; VOL. 47; NO 9; PP. 1617-1622; BIBL. 22 REF.Article

BREVET 2.174.454 (B) (7208099). A 29 FEVRIER 1972. DISPOSITIF DESTINE A LA RECUPERATION DES PRODUITS POLLUANTS FLUIDES REPARTIS SUR UNE NAPPE D'EAUsdPatent

BREVET. PERFECTIONNEMENT AUX APPAREILS DU TYPE CYCLONE POUR L'ENLEVEMENT DE PRODUITS FLOTTANTS SUR UN LIQUIDE1980; ; FRA; DA. 1980-03-28; FR/A1/2.431.880; DEP.78-22257/1978-07-27Patent

HYDRODYNAMIC PROBLEMS IN OIL SPILL CONTROL AND REMOVAL.LEIBOVICH S.1975; IN: ANNU. OFFSHORE TECHNOL. CONF. 7. PROC.; HOUSTON, TEX.; 1975; S.L.; AM. INST. MIN. METALL. PET. ENG.; DA. 1975; VOL. 1; PP. 527-544; BIBL. 11 REF.Conference Paper

OIL SLICK MOVEMENTS IN THE ARABIAN GULFLEHR WJ; CEKIRGE HM.1981; PETROMAR 80. PETROLEUM AND THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT. CONFERENCE/1980/MONACO; GBR; LONDON: GRAHAN AND TROTMAN; DA. 1981; PP. 737-741; BIBL. 7 REF.Conference Paper

CHARACTERIZATION OF SPELLED OILS BY PATTERN SIMILARITY; DISCRIMINATION RATIO OF TEST SET TO TRAINING SETHIGASHI K; HAGIWARA K.1982; BUNSEKI KAGAKU; ISSN 0525-1931; JPN; DA. 1982; VOL. 31; NO 9; PP. 494-498; ABS. ENG; BIBL. 5 REF.Article

THE RELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF CURRENT TECHNIQUES FOR OIL SPILL CLEARANCECORMACK D.1981; PETROMAR 80. PETROLEUM AND THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT. CONFERENCE/1980/MONACO; GBR; LONDON: GRAHAM AND TROTMAN; DA. 1981; PP. 135-147; BIBL. 17 REF.Conference Paper

INTERACTIVE SIMULATION OF OIL SPILL RECOVERY OPERATIONSSVENDSEN JA; FURUHOLT EM.1980; AUTOMATION FOR SAFETY IN SHIPPING AND OFFSHORE PETROLEUM OPERATIONS. SYMPOSIUM/1980/TRONDHEIM; NLD/USA/GBR; AMSTERDAM: NORTH HOLLAND/NEW YORK: NORTH HOLLAND/OXFORD: NORTH HOLLAND; DA. 1980; PP. 321-327; BIBL. 9 REF.Conference Paper

COLLECTING AND PREVENTION OF PROPAGATION OF OIL FILM ON SEA SURFACEMOVSUMOV AA; GUSEJNOV TI; GUSEJNOV EH G et al.1977; AZERBAJDZH. NEFT. KHOZ.; S.S.S.R.; DA. 1977; NO 1; PP. 47-49; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

DISCRIMINATION OF SPILLED OILS BY HIGH SPEED GEL PERMEATION CHROMATOGRAPHY; CLASSIFICATION OF CRUDE OILS BY CLUSTER ANALYSISHIGASHI K; HAGIWARA K.1982; BUNSEKI KAGAKU; ISSN 0525-1931; JPN; DA. 1982; VOL. 31; NO 9; PP. 483-488; ABS. ENG; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

COMMENT ON "SPREADS OF OIL SLICKS ON A NATURAL BODY OF WATER"WALDMAN GD; FANNELOP TK; SUNDARAM TR et al.1982; AIAA J.; ISSN 0001-1452; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 20; NO 3; PP. 447-448; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

SLIKFORCAST: A SIMULATION PROGRAM FOR OIL SPILL EMERGENCY TRACKING AND LONG TERM CONTINGENCY PLANNINGAUDUNSON T; DALEN V; MATHISEN JP et al.1981; PETROMAR 80. PETROLEUM AND THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT. CONFERENCE/1980/MONACO; GBR; LONDON: GRAHAM AND TROTMAN; DA. 1981; PP. 513-542; BIBL. 14 REF.Conference Paper

TROPICAL MARINE ECOSYSTEMS AND THE OIL INDUSTRY, WITH A DESCRIPTION OF A POST-OIL SPILL SURVEY IN INDONESIAN MANGROVESBAKER JM; SURYOWINOTO M; BROOKS P et al.1981; PETROMAR 80. PETROLEUM AND THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT. CONFERENCE/1980/MONACO; GBR; LONDON: GRAHAM AND TROTMAN; DA. 1981; PP. 679-703; BIBL. 3 P.Conference Paper

Epandage par bateau de dispersant pur au moyen d'équipement à débit variable = Pure dispersant spreading by a ship with varying flow rate equipmentMERLIN, F; CHQUEUSE, D.1984, Num 17, pp 11-18, issn 0292-8922Article

OIL SPILL CLEAN-UP: THE STATE OF THE ART1981; OFFSHORE ENG.; ISSN 0305-876X; GBR; DA. 1981-08; ARCTIC SUPPL.; PP. 50-51Article

OIL SPILL SOURCE IDENTIFICATION BY COMBINATION OF INFRARED, GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC AND TRACE METAL ANALYSESABU ELGHEIT MA.1981; PREPR.-AM. CHEM. SOC., DIV. PET. CHEM.; ISSN 0569-3799; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 26; NO 3; PP. 666-671; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

PREPARING FOR OIL SPILLS: PLANNING FOR OPTIMUM USE OF LIMITED RESOURCESLINDSTEDT SIVA J.1981; PETROMAR 80. PETROLEUM AND THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT. CONFERENCE/1980/MONACO; GBR; LONDON: GRAHAM AND TROTMAN; DA. 1981; PP. 149-156; BIBL. 25 REF.Conference Paper

CLEAN-UP OF OIL POLLUTION AT SEAMORRIS PR.1980; 1980 EUROPEC EUROPEAN OFFSHORE PETROLEUM CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION/1980/LONDON; GBR; LONDON: EUROPEAN OFFSHORE PETROLEUM CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION; DA. 1980; VOL. 1; PP. 141-148; BIBL. 11 REF.Conference Paper

THE WAY TOWARDS CLEAN SEASQUINLAN M.1980; PETROLEUM ECONOMIST; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 47; NO 2; PP. 55-57Article

A METHOD TO ESTIMATE THE POLLUTION RISK AND COST OF OCS OIL TRANSPORTATION.DONOVAN LJ; OWEN JJ III.1977; J. PETROLEUM TECHNOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977-06; VOL. 29; PP. 639-648Article

OIL SPILL PROBLEMS IN COLD CLIMATES: THE COAST GUARD ATTACKS THE ALASKAN OIL SPILL PROBLEM = PROBLEMES DE NAPPES DE PETROLE DANS DES CLIMATS FROIDS: LA GARDE COTIERE ATTAQUE LE PROBLEME DES NAPPES DE PETROLE EN ALASKAKOBURGER CW JR; GETMAN JH.1974; NOW. ENGRS J.; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 86; NO NO 6; PP. 59-64; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

TRACING OIL AS A POLLUTANT IN WATER = TRACEUR POUR LE PETROLE POLLUANT L'EAUMALUEG NJ; KRAWCZYK DF.1973; J. PETROLEUM TECHNOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1973; VOL. 25; PP. 243-248; BIBL. 16 REF.Serial Issue

LE FLEXICLONE. LE CAIMANVIDILLES MJ.sdIN: IIE. COLLOQ. INT. EXPLOIT. OCEANS; BORDEAUX; 1974; PARIS; ASSOC. ORGAN. COLLOQ. OCEANOL. BORDEAUX; DA. S.D.; VOL. 3; PP. 1-3Conference Paper

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