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  • Author:
    Marshall Sittig
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    0815505434
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    978-0815505433
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Offshore oil spill prevention and response is the study and practice of reducing the number of offshore incidents that release oil or hazardous substances into the environment and limiting the amount released during those incidents. Important aspects of prevention include technological assessment of equipment and procedures, and protocols for training, inspection, and contingency plans for the avoidance, control, and shutdown of offshore operations

This new Handbook comprises a series of reference guides to cleaner production methods, technologies, and .

This new Handbook comprises a series of reference guides to cleaner production methods, technologies, and practices for key industry sectors. He has led hundreds of pollution prevention audits and demonstrations; training programs on modern process design practices and plant safety; environmental management and product quality programs; and site assessments and remediation plans for both public and private sector clients throughout the world. He frequently serves as expert witness on personal injury and third-party property damage litigations arising from environmental catastrophes.

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Oil spills are one of the most visible signs of pollutions in our environment. The main objective of the paper is to detect the oil spill using discrete wavelet transform. The painted surfaces undergo damage or discolored due to natural weathering, and the growth and activity of living organisms. The knowledge of paints and their composition is essential to understand their fate in the natural environmental settings.

1 Oil Spill Sources and Spill Rates24. The exploration, production, and consumption of oil and petroleum prod-25. ucts are increasing worldwide, and the threat of oil pollution increases26. The movement of petroleum from the oil fields to the con-27. The aftermath of the oil spillages across the globe has catastrophic outcomes on water sources, food source, environment and marine ecosystem.

Oil spill cleanup is very important as the oil spilled over is dangerous for marine ecosystem Oil is one of the most abundant pollutants in the oceans. About 3 million metric tons of oil contaminates the oceans annually

Oil spill cleanup is very important as the oil spilled over is dangerous for marine ecosystem. Oil is one of the most abundant pollutants in the oceans. About 3 million metric tons of oil contaminates the oceans annually. Oil spills vary in their severity and the extent of damage they cause. This can be attributed to variations in the oil type, the location of the spill, and the weather conditions present. The spread and behaviour of spilt oil in the seas is governed by a variety of chemical, physical and biological processes.

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