Programme préliminaire : 42e Colloque technique de l’AMOP sur la contamination de l’environnement et l’intervention

Ceci est un programme préliminaire. Nous ne pouvons pas garantir que tous les documents seront présentés lors du Colloque.

Séances proposées
Mardi 4 juin
Salle 1

Comportement et caractéristiques physiques et chimiques des déversements d’hydrocarbures

Surface Chemistry and Oil-in-water Emulsion Stability
Merv F. Fingas, Spill Science, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Rapid Petroleum Screening and Sample Evaluation for Spill Response Using a Refractometer
Robert J. Faragher et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Mixing of Diluted Bitumen and Conventional Crude Oil in Fresh and Marine Environments
Hena Farooqi et al., Ressources naturelles Canada, Devon, Alberta, Canada

Metal Analysis in Eight Categories of Petroleum Products at Different Weathering States Using Microwave-assisted Acid Digestion ICP-MS
Fatemeh S. Mirnaghi et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Fate and Behaviour of Weathered Oil Drifting into Sea Ice
Ivar Singsaas et al., SINTEF Ocean AS, Trondheim, Norway

Distribution of Volatile Hydrocarbons within Sea Ice: A Mesocosm Study
Katarzyna Polcwiartek et al., University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Fate, Behaviour, and Impact Assessment of Biodiesels in Case of an Accidental Spill
Ronan Jézéquel et al., Centre de Documentation, de Recherche et d'Expérimentation sur les pollutions accidentelles des eaux (CEDRE), Brest, Cedex 2, France

Biodiesl Spill of Inland Waters Related to an Accidental Pipeline Breach: Response and Impact Evaluation
Florence Poncet et al., Centre de Documentation, de Recherche et d'Expérimentation sur les pollutions accidentelles des eaux (CEDRE), Brest, Cedex 2, France

Determination of Polycyclic Aromatic Sulphur Heterocycles (PASHs) in Petroleum and Environmental Samples Using Gas Chromatography-Quadrupole Time-of-flight (GC-QTOF) Mass Spectrometry
Chun Yang et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Underwater Release of Oil and Gas: Plume Behavior and Droplet Formation
Michel C. Boufadel et al., New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey, USA

Formation of Compound Droplets by Turbulent Buoyant Oil Jet and Plume
Xinzhi Xue et al., John Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Effects of Suspended Particulate Matter, Surface Oil Layer Thickness, and Surfactants on the Formation and Transport of Oil-Sediment Aggregates (OSAs)
Haoshuai Li et al., Ocean University of China, Qingdao, Shandong, China

Application of PIONA GC-FID in Oil Spill Studies: Detail Hydrocarbon Profiling
Mahyar Sakari et al., AGAT Laboratories Ltd., Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Aerosolization of Crude Oil-Dispersant Slicks due to Bubble Bursting
Lakshmana Dora Chandrala et al., John Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Comparing the Mass Spectra of California Crude Oils with Those of Their Laboratory Weathered and In Situ Burn Residuals
Steven G. Tuttle et al., US Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, District of Columbia, USA

Accurate and Quantifiable Characterization of Naturally Occurring (Biogenic) Hydrocarbons
Heather Lord, Maxxam Analytics, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Hopanes, Polyaromatic Hydrocabons and Carbon Isotopes Ratios of Tar Balls Deposited along the East Coast of India and their Source Fingerprinting
Suneel Vasimalla et al., CSIR National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, Goa, India

Séances proposées
Mardi 4 juin
Salle 2

Les effets sur les espèces sauvages mazoutées et l’intervention

Oiled Wildlife Response Planning for Inland Regions in California
Kyra Mills et al., University of California, Davis, California, USA

Evaluation of the Toxicity of Diluted Bitumen on Two Canadian Salmonids
Roxanne Bérubé et al., Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS), Québec, Québec, Canada

Species Sensitivity Assessment of Petroleum Hydrocarbons to Six Species of Atlantic Scleractinian Corals
D. Abigail Renegar et al., Nova Southeastern University, Dania, Florida, USA

A Physiologically Based Oiled Model (PBOM) To Predict Thermoregulatory Response in Oiled Birds
Pascal Tuarze et al., Stantec Consulting Ltd., Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada

Environment and Climate Change Canada's Canadian Wildlife Service National Wildlife Emergency Response Framework
Megan Willie, Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Delta, Colombie-Britannique, Canada

Oil Spill Impact Assessment: Using Marine Birds as Biological Indicators to Assess Spatial and Temporal Hydrocarbon Exposure Risk
Megan Willie et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Delta, Colombie-Britannique, Canada

Incorporating Lessons Learned into Wildlife Response Plans
Jenny Schlieps, Focus Wildlife International, Seattle, Washington, USA

Session spéciale : récupération des hydrocarbures des navires coulés

Response Planning for the Manolis L Bulk Oil Recovery: Lessons Learned for Future Oil Recovery Operations
Robert A. Ronconi et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Dartmouth, Nouvelle-Écosse, Canada

Using Real-time Resources at Risk Information: How Changing Population Density and Distribution Influenced Daily Wildlife Response Planning in the Manolis L Project
Charlie Hebert et al., Focus Wildlife International, Portland, Oregon, USA

A Blueprint for Response to Sunken Vessels in Canadian Waters
Joe LeClair, Saltwater Response Consulting, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada

Evolution of Chemical Composition and Physical Properties of Bunker C (MV Manolis L) Oil Samples Collected from 2013 to 2016
Zeyu Yang et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Developments in Risk Assessments for Potentially-polluting Sunken Vessels
Dagmar Schmidt Etkin, Environmental Research Consulting, Cortlandt Manor, New York, USA

Surveillance and Monitoring during the Oil Recovery and Removal of Heavy Fuel Oil from the MV Manolis L
Stephen Hale et al., Rutter Inc., St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada

Diver-less Oil Removal Operations: Manolis L Case Study
Andrew Barron, Ardent, Houston Texas, USA

Séances proposées
Mardi 4 juin
Salle 3

Déversements de produits chimiques et de matières dangereux - Planification des mesures d’urgence, préparation, et prévention

CELOGEN CBRNE Incident
John Selleck, Maine Department of Environmental Protection, Bangor, Maine, USA

Review of International Ship-source Hazardous and Noxious Substances Risk Assessments
David J. Creber et al., Dillon Consulting Ltd., Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

Estimating the Flow of Bulk Oil and Hazardous Materials through Massachusetts: Preliminary Findings and Recommendations for Improved Data Management
Elise DeCola et al., Nuka Research & Planning Group, LLC, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

Repealing and Replacing Environment and Climate Change Canada's Environmental Emergency Regulations
Gerard R. Chisholm, Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Dartmouth, Nouvelle-Écosse, Canada

Prioritizing Chemical Hazards from Coastal Infrastructure: A Framework to Inform Planning and Preparedness
Paul Harold et al., Health Protection Agency (UK), Cardiff, Wales

Surveillance et évaluation des déversements de produits chimiques et
de matières dangereuses

Hazrunoff Project: Novel Tools for Early Detection and Follow-up of Hazmat and Flood Hazards in Transitional and Coastal Waters
Paul Harold et al., Health Protection Agency (UK), Cardiff, Wales

PFAS Sampling and Analysis: Current Science
Terry Obal, Maxxam Analytics, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Séance spéciale : déversements dans les eaux intérieures et en eau douce

The BOREAL Project: Study Design and Objectives of a Simulated Addition of Diluted Bitumen into Limnocorrals in an Outdoor Aquatic Environment
Jules M. Blais et al., University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

The BOREAL Project: The Design and Execution of a Controlled Oil Spill Study in a Canadian Freshwater Lake
Keval Shah et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

The BOREAL Project: The Physical Fate and Behaviour of Diluted Bitumen Spilled into Fresh Limnocorrals Sawyer Stoyanovich et al., University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

The BOREAL Project: Petrogenic Hydrocarbons in Water and Sediments following Experimental Additions of Diluted Bitumen to Freshwater Limnocorrals
Sawyer Stoyanovich et al., University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

The BOREAL Project: Bioaccumulation and Toxicokinetics of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Compounds and Metals in Giant Floater Mussels (Pyganodon grandis) Exposed to Water from a Simulated Diluted Bitumen Spill in Boreal Lake Enclosures
Jonathan Y. Séguin et al., University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

The BOREAL Project: Changes in Arthropod Communities following Simulated Diluted Bitumen Additions to Freshwater Limnocorrals
Tyler Black et al., University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Interventions en milieu côtier

Environment Climate Change Canada’s Shoreline Survey to Establish Current Condition Data in the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick
Sonia Laforest et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Montréal, Québec, Canada

Lessons Learned during the SCAT Program following the 2016 16TAN Oil Spill into the North Saskatchewan River
Edward H. Owens et al., Owens Coastal Consultants (OCC), Bainbridge Island, Washington, USA

Shoreline 3D Modelling with Drones
Guillaume Nepveu et al., Chaac Technologies Inc., Montréal, Québec, Canada

The Application of 3D Modelling and Virtual Reality to Support SCAT
Leanne Zrum et al., TRIOX Environmental Emergencies, Montréal, Québec, Canada

Séances proposées
Mercredi 5 juin
Salle 1

Comportement et caractéristiques physiques et chimiques des déversements d’hydrocarbures (suite)

Augmented Dispersant Monitoring following Application to a Dilbit Spill in Seawater: Combined Tracer Analysis
Pamela Brunswick et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, North Vancouver, Colombie-Britannique, Canada

Outdoor Gas Emission Sampling System: Performance during Large Scale Fire Tests in Mobile, Alabama
Kemal Sarp Arsava et al., US Army, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA

Planification des mesures d’urgence, préparation, et prévention

Evaluation of Models for Research and Development
Kurt A. Hansen, Hansen Spill Response Research, LLC, Mystic, Connecticut, USA

Strategic Net Environmental Benefit Analysis (SNEBA): From Conceptual Framework to Tool
Susse Wegeberg et al., Aarhus University, Roskilde, Denmark

Pilot Application of a Vulnerability Framework to Assess Vulnerability of Marine Biological Components to Oil Spilled in the Marine Environment of the Pacific Region
Sharon Jeffery, Pêches et Océans Canada, Sidney, Colombie-Britannique, Canada

Oil Spill Preparedness Planning: Filling in Critical Gaps in Species Distribution Using Habitat Suitability Models
Jessica Finney et al., Pêches et Océans Canada, Nanaimo, Colombie-Britannique, Canada

The OpenRisk Guideline and Toolbox for Regional Risk Management to Improve European Pollution Preparedness and Response at Sea
Floris Goerlandt, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

The Probability Map: An Outdated, Misleading Modelling Graphic that Just Won't Go Away and its Proposed Replacement
Liam Harrington-Missin, Oil Spill Response Ltd. (OSRL), Southampton, Hampshire, England

Oil Spill Response, Effectiveness, and Environmental Effects: Experimental Work Performed in Greenland Waters
Janne Fritt-Rasmussen et al., Aarhus University, Roskilde, Denmark

Understanding Canada's National Oil Spill Regime
Michael Grebler et al., Caisse d’indemnisation des dommages dus à la pollution par les hydrocarbures causée par les navires, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Spill Recovery in BC: Implementation of New Spill Recovery Legislation and Regulation
Kathryn Berry, BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Modelling Oil Spills in the Des Plains River for Use in a Full Scale Exercise
Matt Horn, RPS Group, South Kingstown, Rhode island, USA

The Utilization of Trained Oil Detection Canines on First Nation Lands Providing Confidence in Environmental Surveys
Paul C. Bunker et al., Chiron K9, San Antonio, Texas, USA

Aspects sociaux planification de la réponse aux déversements d'hydrocarbures

Community Engagement vs Outreach: Designing and Implementing Effective Collaborative Planning for Marine Oil Spills
Elise DeCola, Nuka Research & Planning Group, LLC, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

Public Engagement in Oil Spill Preparedness and Response (OSPR): Challenges and Possibilities
Ian G. Stewart, University of King's College/Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Enhancing Oil Spill Response Management through Collaborative Arrangements with Indigenous Nations
Chris Milley, NEXUS Coastal Resource Management, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Séances proposées
Mercredi 5 juin
Salle 2

Modélisation des déversements d’hydrocarbures

A Framework for Modeling Near-surface Processes for Oil Spills
Christopher Barker et al., National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Seattle, Washington, USA

2-Dimensional Numerical Modelling of Oil Spills on Land
Anusha Lakmali Dissanayake et al., RPS Ocean Science, South Kingstown, Rhode Island, USA

Two-dimensional Flexible-mesh Modelling of the Enbridge Pipeline Overland Oil Spill in Marshall, Michigan
Reinaldo Garcia et al., Hydronia, LLC, Pembroke Pines, Florida, USA

Oil Spill Modelling as Part of the Regional Assessment of Ship-source Oil Spill in the Northern Shelf Bioregion of British Columbia
Aurelien Hospital., Tetra Tech Canada, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Whither Oil Spill Models in the Next Decade?
William (Bill) J. Lehr et al., National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Seattle, Washington, USA

Framing Oil Spill Assessments Offshore Newfoundland: An Impromptu Sensitivity Analysis and Regional Approach from Numerous Environmental Impact Assessments (EIS’s)
Matt Horn, RPS Group, South Kingstown, Rhode Island, USA

Modelling of Biodegradation Experiments
Tor Nordam, SINTEF Ocean AS, Trondheim, Norway

Where Did a Large Mystery Oil Subsurface Layer in the Southern Caribbean Sea in 1979 Come from?
C.J. Beegle-Krause, SINTEF Ocean AS, Trondheim, Norway

Uncertainty in Surface Drift Prediction from Observational Data Using Fuzzy Numbers
Hauke Blanken, Pêches et Océans Canada, Sidney, Colombie-Britannique, Canada

Development of the SOSim Model for Inferential Tracking of Subsurface Oil
Chao Ji et al., University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, USA

Modelling the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, with and without Subsea Dispersant
Deborah P. French McCay et al., RPS Ocean Science, South Kingstown, Rhode Island, USA

Dynamic Coupling of Near-field and Far-field Methods
Ana Carolina Vaz et al., University of Miami, Miami, Florida, USA

Détection, suivi, et télédétection des déversements d’hydrocarbures

Development of a Method for the Detection of the Surface Washing Agent Corexit EC9580A Using Midrange Transmission FTIR
Kevin Watson et al., Environnement et Changement climatiqe Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Operating Parameters and Limitations of a Field Fluorometer for Monitoring at the Shoreline and Near-shore Areas
Michael Goldthorp et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Remote Sensing for Oil Detection and Thickness Measurement
Jay Cho, Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), Sterling, Virginia, USA

Acoustical Detection and Characterization of Subsurface Oil at a Distance
Stephen Pearce et al., ASL Environmental Sciences, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Séances proposes
Jeudi 6 juin
Salle 1

Technologies d’intervention et mesures de prévention pour les déversements d’hydrocarbures

Application of Flame Refluxer Concept to In Situ Burning (ISB): Experimental Results of 6 Field Trials in Mobile, Alabama
Kemal Sarp Arsava et al., Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA

Testing of Mechanical Oil Recovery in the Presence of Broken Ice and Slush Ice
Ivar Singsaas et al., SINTEF Ocean AS, Trondheim, Norway

A Novel Approach to Challenges Related to Aquatic Toxicity Assessment of Dispersants in the Evaluation of Suitability for Regulatory Listing in Canada as an Oil Spill Treating Agent
Benjamin Fieldhouse et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Decanting Operations in Oil Spill Response
Konstantin Volchek et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Carbonyls: Relatively-unknown Burn Emissions
Merv F. Fingas, Spill Science, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

High-Speed Imaging of Atomization Behavior and Temperature Field in Spray Flames that Simulate Oil Wellhead Fires
Brian T. Fisher et al., US Navy, Washington, District of Columbia, USA

Demonstration of Reduction in Emissions by Fire Whirls through Small Scale Experiments
Michael J. Gollner et al., University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USA

Applying Spill Impact Mitigation Assessment (SIMA) to Subsea Dispersant Injection (SSDI) Contingency Planning and Decision-making
Paul A. Schuler, Oil Spill Response Ltd., Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA

Innovative Fire Boom Configuration and Air Injection System to Optimize In Situ Burning Efficiency
Nathan Lamie, US Army, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA

Cas concrets et expériences récentes de déversements d’hydrocarbures

A Case Study of Operational Scientific Support in Response to the Environmental Emergency at Lac Mégantic, Québec
Patrick Lambert et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Oil Recovery from the Wreck of the WWII German Heavy Cruiser Prinz Eugen, Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of Marshall Islands, August-October 2018
Craig O. Moffatt et al., Global PCCI Inc./Global Phillips Cartner (GPC), Williamsburg, Virginia, USA

Recent Oil Spill Experiences
To Be Determined, International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation (ITOPF) Ltd., London, United Kingdom

Séances proposes
Jeudi 6 juin
Salle 2

Forum concernant l’initiative de recherche multipartenaire

Simulation and Evaluation of Decantation after an Air Flotation Enhanced Oil Skimming Process in Cold Water
Bo Liu et al., Memorial University, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada

A New Offshore Oil Spill Response Decision Making Method Based on Human Factor Analysis and Fuzzy Preference Evaluation
Xudong Ye et al., Memorial University, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada

A Review of Laboratory and Tank Testing Studies on Oil and Shorelines
Elliott Taylor et al., Polaris Applied Sciences Inc., Bainbridge Island, Washington, USA

Geographic Variability in Attenuation and Weathering during Shoreline Oil Translocation in Canadian Coastal Environments
Edward H. Owens et al., Owens Coastal Consultants (OCC), Bainbridge Island, Washington, USA

Coupled VDROP-J and TAMOC Simulations of Marine Oil Spills for Offshore Newfoundland
Scott A. Socolofsky et al., Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA

An Overview of High-resolution Regional Ocean Simulation and Forecasting Models for Oceans and Coastal Waters around Canada
Youyu Lu, Pêches et Océans Canada, Dartmouth, Nouvelle-Écosse, Canada

In Situ Burning as an Oil Spill Response in Canadian Water: A Critical Review
Kathleen Munson et al., University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Identification and Prioritization of Risk Factors for Oil Spills Caused by Transportation Accidents
Rehan Sadiq et al., University of British Columbia Okanagan, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Dépollution, restauration, et remise en état en cas de déversements d’hydrocarbures

Dispersed Oil in the Relation to the Formation and Fate of Marine Snow
Odd Gunnar Brakstad et al., SINTEF Ocean AS, Trondheim, Norway

Séances proposes
Jeudi 6 juin
Salle 2

Devenir et effets des hydrocarbures

Seasonal Climatic Factors Influence on Monocyclic Aromatics Rate of Release and Decay in Water from Surface Spills of Crude Oil
Thomas L. King et al., Pêches et Océans Canada, Dartmouth, Nouvelle-Écosse, Canada

Biodegradation Potential Assessment of Sediments from a Quebec Lake Contaminated with Light Residual Oil
Zeyu Yang et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Formation, Detection, and Fate of Oil Photo-products Formed after Marine Oil Spills
Christoph Aeppli, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, East Boothbay, Maine, USA

Tracking the Fate, Behaviour, and Effects of Weathered Fuel Oil through Artificial Beaches
Alice C. Ortmann et al., Pêches et Océans Canada, Dartmouth, Nouvelle-Écosse, Canada

Experimental Observations of Oil Encapsulation and Migration in Ice
Mawuli Kwaku Afenyo et al., University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Fin du Colloque technique

Affiches

Mardi 4 juin

Examining the Physical Interactions of Corn Oil (Medium Crude Oil Surrogate) in Sea Ice and its Potential for Chemical Partitioning within an Arctic Environment
Durell Sterling Desmond et al., University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
* avec article

Ultra-small Graphene Oxide Assisted Mesoporous g-C3N4 for Enhancing PAHs Photocatalysis Performance under Visible Light Irradiation
An Zhang et al., Ocean University of China, Qingdao, Shandong, China
* avec article

Modelling of the SARA Fractionation of Oil Components
Trevor N. Brown, Pêches et Océans Canada, Dartmouth, Nouvelle-Écosse, Canada

Adsorption Behaviours of Perfluorinated Compounds (PFCs) on Selected Adsorbents in Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF)-Impacted Groundwater
Yuan (James) Yao et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
* avec article

Physiological Responses of Fathead Minnow Embryos Exposed to Cold Lake Blend Diluted Bitumen Spilled at the IISD-Experimental Lakes Area
Linda R. Lara-Jacobo et al., Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS), Québec, Québec, Canada

Regulations and Practices for the Disposal of Oily Waste Generated in Spill Cleanup Operations
Konstantin Volchek et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
* avec article

Characterization, Degeneration, and Rejuvenation of a Halotolerant Crude Oil Degrading Bacillus safensis Strain Y12 Isolated from a Chinese Coastal Oilfield
Yan Yang, Beijing Normal University, Haidian District, Beijing, China
* avec article

Mercredi 5 juin

Comprehensive Retrospective of Oil Spill in Brazilian Waters and Major Key Events over the Last Four Decades (1974-2014)
Rodrigo Cochrane Esteves et al., Petrόleo Brasileiro SA PETROBRAS, São Paulo, Rio de Janerio, Brazil
* avec article

Government of Canada Oil Spill Research: An Update on Five Years of Research
Carl E. Brown et al., Environnement et Changement climatique Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
* avec article

Too Much of a Good Thing: Managing Data in a Response for Effective Situational Awareness and Visualisation
James T. Pringle, Oil Spill Response Ltd. (OSRL), Southampton, Hampshire, England

Amylopectin- and Isoleucine-based Solidifiers for Oil Spill Containment and Recovery
Stanislav R. Stoyanov et al., Ressources naturelles Canada, Devon, Alberta, Canada

Analysis of the Effect of Sub Sea Dispersant Injection on the Macondo Blowout Using BP Gulf Science Data
Claire B. Paris et al., University of Miami, Miami, Florida, USA

Mechanisms of Petrogenic PAH Toxicity in Fish Early Life Stages
Mace G. Baron, US Environmental Protection Agency, Gulf Ecology Division, Gulf Breeze, Florida, USA

Researching Oil Spills in Douglas Channel
Manuel Bringué, Ressources naturelles Canada, La commission géologique du Canada, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

The Creation of Citizen Scientist Groups as an Approach to Pre-impact Response Planning: An Example from Dauphin Island, Alabama, USA
Mark A. Kulp et al., University of New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Jeudi 6 juin

Development of an Analytical Centre of Excellence in Chemical Characterization of Oil and Oil Spills in the Environment
Ashish Sarker et al., University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Evaluation of a Biosurfactant as a Potential Herding Agent for Marine Oil Spill Response
Miao Yu et al., Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada

The Effects of Diluted Bitumen on Sediment Organisms: Microorganisms, Chironomids, and Amphipods
Nishodi Indiketi et al., Institut de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS), Québec, Québec, Canada
* avec article

Access Western Blend (Dilbit) Weathered on Cold Fresh and Marine Salt Waters
Thomas L. King et al., Pêches et Océans Canada, Dartmouth, Nouvelle-Écosse, Canada
* avec article

Physical and Chemically Enhanced Dispersion of Synthetic Bitumen in Fresh and Brackish Waters
Thomas L. King et al., Pêches et Océans Canada, Dartmouth, Nouvelle-Écosse, Canada
* avec article

Effects of Chemical Environmental Contaminants on the Health and Resilience of Scleractinian Corals
D. Abigail Renegar, Nova Southeastern University, Dania, Florida, USA
* avec article

Direct Comparison of the LISST-100X and 200X Instruments to Measure Particle Size Distribution and Volume Concentrations in Water
Scott A. Ryan, Pêches et Océans Canada, Dartmouth, Nouvelle-Écosse, Canada

Biodegradation Potential of Enriched Arctic Bacteria Estimated from Crude Oil-in-ice Ice Mesocosm Experiment
Diana Saltymakova et al., University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Analysis of Mesocosm Oiling Data Using drEEM-PARAFAC Modelling
Gary Wohlgeschaffen et al., Pêches et Océans Canada, Dartmouth, Nouvelle-Écosse, Canada

Diluted Bitumen Weathering Yields a Differential Fish Embryotoxicity
Linda R. Lara-Jacobo et al., Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS), Québec, Québec, Canada

Monitoring Seasonal Microplankton Community Response to a Simulated Surface Oil Spill in a Coastal Ecosystem
Susan E. Cobanli et al., Pêches et Océans Canada, Dartmouth, Nouvelle-Écosse, Canada

Effects of Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds (PACs) on Biological Responses of Early Life Stage Fish: A Global Meta-analysis
Geraldine Patey et al., Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS), Québec, Québec, Canada

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