Information Engineering of Emergency Treatment for Marine Oil Spill Accidents

1st Edition

Lin Mu, Lizhe Wang, Jining Yan

CRC Press
September 10, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 400 Pages - 167 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367256111 - CAT# K424362

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Summary

Oil spills are a serious marine disaster. Oil spill accidents occur usually in shipping, ports and offshore oil development. Although most of them are emergent events, once an oil spill occurs, it will cause great harm to the marine ecological environment, and it will also bring direct harm to the economic development along the affected coast as well as human health and public safety.

Information Engineering of Emergency Treatment for Marine Oil Spill Accidents analyzes the causes of marine oil spill accidents, introduces China's emergency response system for marine oil spills, discusses the technologies such as remote sensing and monitoring of oil spill on the sea surface and oil fingerprint identification, studies model prediction of marine oil spill behavior and fate and emergency treatment technologies for oil spills on the sea surface, and emphatically introduces the "emergency prediction and warning system for oil spills in the Bohai Sea" and "oil-spill-sensitive resources and emergency resource management system".

Features:

  • The status quo and causes of marine oil spill pollution, as well as hazards of oil spill on the sea were described.
  • The emergency response system for marine oil spills were detailed.
  • The model-based prediction methods of marine oil spills were described.
  • A series of emergency treatment of oil spill on the sea were used and developed.

This book serves as a reference book for scientific investigators who need to understand the key technologies for emergency response to marine oil spill accidents, including the current level and future development trend of China in this field.

 

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