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Coastal environments, oil spills, and clean-up programs in the Bay of Fundy

Samuel Johnson and the Art of Biography

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Published by Administrator in Fisheries and Environmental Canada, Environment Impact Control Directorate

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      • A report submitted to, Environmental Protection Service, Atlantic Region.February 1977.Abstract also in French.Includes bibliographical references (p. 157-161).

        StatementFisheries and Environmental Canada, Environment Impact Control Directorate
        PublishersFisheries and Environmental Canada, Environment Impact Control Directorate
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        LC Classifications1977
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 83 p. :
        Number of Pages94
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100662005945
        Series
        1
        2Economic and technical review report EPS -- 3-EC-77-9
        3

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The extent of degradation is affected by both the chemical structure of each crude-oil constituent and the availability of dissolved nutrients since crude oil has little or no nitrogen or phosphorous in forms that are available to living organisms. Fisheries and Oceans Canada defines the scope and framework within which the Canadian Coast Guard will operate, through the national Environment and Climate Change Canada is responsible for providing environmental and scientific advice during an oil spill response, such as weather conditions, spill movement, sensitive habitats and species at risk.

Collection of oil through the use of containment booms and skimmers is an effective way to gather and extract oil from water.

Diluted bitumen reacts similarly to conventional crude oils when spilled in water.