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Georges Bank monitoring program
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|Statement||by M.H. Bothner ... [et al.] ; prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Minerals Management Service under Interagency agreement AA851-IA2-18|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey circular -- 915|
|Contributions||Bothner, Michael H, Geological Survey (U.S.), United States. Minerals Management Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||83600329|
Georges Bank provides a basic and indispensable reference tool for anyone involved in studying the bank or in making decisions about its use. Until now debates about alternative uses of the bank have been hampered by the fact that much of the basic research has been available only to specialists and has been scattered among many publications. The Georges Bank monitoring program analysis of trace metals in bottom sediments during the third year of monitoring / By Michael H. Bothner and United States. Minerals Management Service.
In , a voluntary industry monitoring program to discourage the presence of small meats in the catch (50+ meats per g) was implemented. A low tolerance level (10% by number of meats 10 g or less) added more restriction to the regulatory 33 meats per g. The overall TAC for Georges Bank zones ‘a’ and ‘b’ reached 3, tonnes for. The Georges Bank was named by English colonists in (Amaral ), but was already Basques first discovered Georges Bank around AD, and tried to keep the bountiful fishery a secret, but it wasn’t long before Basque fishing fleets were spotted anchored above the Georges Bank (AMNH ).News traveled fast, and soon the worldwide fleets were exploiting the .
A Review of Observer and Monitoring Programs in th e Northeast, the West Coast, and Alaska ii Georges Bank: GHLCMP. Groundfish Hook and Line Catch Monitoring Program: GMRI. A Review of Observer and Monitoring Programs in the Northeast, the West Coast, and Alaska. Georges Bank (formerly known as St. Georges Bank) is a large elevated area of the sea floor between Cape Cod, Massachusetts (United States), and Cape Sable Island, Nova Scotia (Canada). It separates the Gulf of Maine from the Atlantic Ocean.. The origin of its name is obscure. The Velasco map, prepared for King James I of England, used the name "S. Georges Banck", a common practice when.
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The Georges Bank Monitoring Program Analysis of Trace Metals in Bottom Sediments During the Second Year of Monitoring By M. Bothner, R. Rendigs, Esma Campbell, M. Doughten,Cited by: 4. Of the 12 elements analyzed in bulk (undifferentiated) sediments collected adjacent to drilling rigs on Georges Bank, only barium was found to increase in concentration during the drilling period (July until September ).
The maximum postdrilling concentration of barium (a major element in drilling mud) reached ppm in bulk sediments near the drill site in block From Julywhen drilling began on Georges Bank, to Maythe concentration of barium, a major element in drilling mud, has increased by a factor of in bulk sediments m from the drill site in block and by a factor of at the drill site in block The postdrilling barium concentrations are within the range of predriiling concentrations measured at other locations on.
Georges Bank Benthic Infauna Monitoring Program -Year 1. Details - Georges Bank benthic infauna monitoring program: final report for second year of sampling (July, May, ) / - Biodiversity Heritage Library The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as.
Applying the same P:B ratios as Steimle to the data from the Georges Bank Benthic Infauna Monitoring Program (Maciolek-Blake et al. ) resulted in a total production of 86 kcal.m yr -1 and. Georges Bank feeds more than species of fish, numerous species of whales, porpoises, sea turtles, and sea birds.
Whales include the threatened Humpback. Threats from Oil Exploration and Drilling Because of the water circulation pattern on Georges Bank, any pollution or oil spill tends to swirl around over the Size: KB.
The Georges Bank Monitoring Program included studies to evaluate the chemical and biological effects associated with exploratory drilling opera- tions. This paper describes the results of the analyses of hydrocarbons in bottom sediments and hydrocarbons and trace metals in tissues of benthic by: 6.
Janu Georges Bank benthic infauna monitoring program: final report for second year of sampling (July, May, )Pages: supports the main thrust of the Georges Bank Monitoring Program; that is, to evaluate poten tial adverse effects of drilling effluents on bottom dwelling organisms.
The other studies (and con tractors) within the Georges Bank Monitoring Pro gram include (1) the analysis of benthic infauna (Battelle New England Laboratories and theCited by: 4.
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Concerns about the potential effects of oil and gas exploration on Georges Bank off the coast of Massachusetts led to the initiation of an intensive monitoring program in July, Sponsored by the Minerals Management Service of the Department of the Interior, the program includes benthic community analysis, as well as determination of the trace metal and hydrocarbon levels in sediments Cited by: 2.
We estimated the effective sample sizes for mean length distributions of six groundfish species from Georges Bank using data collected by a Study Fleet Program implemented by the School for Marine Science and Technology (SMAST) at the University of Massachusetts–Dartmouth.
Both statistical and simulation methods were by: 3. In situ current, temperature and conductivity monitoring techniques are described which have been designed to provide long-term data collection at three mooring sites in the harsh ocean environment of Georges Bank.
The combination semitaut and slack instrument moorings are reviewed, which permit current measurements from the ocean bottom to surface.
Reliability and percent data return is Author: E. Brainard, P. Kelsey, J. Haustein. Georges Bank is a nineteenth century tale of power and greed set in the stormy waters off Gloucester, Massachusetts and in the steamy fishermen brothels ashore.
Maggie OGrady, A work of historical fiction, Georges Bank is written in the timeless tradition of such maritime novels as C.S. Forrester’s Hornblower series, Joseph Conrad’s Typhoon /5(5).A series of oceanographic surveys on Georges Bank document variability of populations of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium fundyense on time scales ranging from synoptic to seasonal to interannual.
Blooms of A. fundyense on Georges Bank can reach concentrations on the order of 10 4 cells l −1, and are generally bank-wide in s Bank populations of A. fundyense appear to be Cited by: During the last decade and a half many studies have been conducted in the United States to examine the impact of petroleum operations on the marine environment.
Much data have been obtained on the physics, chemistry and biology of the oceanic areas adjacent to the U.S. coast : F. T. Weiss.