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Movement and fate of creosote waste in ground water, Pensacola, Florida
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Distribution Branch, U.S. Geologial Survey in Washington, Alexandria, VA
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 63.
|Statement||edited by Harold C. Mattraw, Jr., and Bernard J. Franks.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey Water-supply paper ;, 2285|
|Contributions||Mattraw, H. C., Franks, Bernard J.|
|LC Classifications||TD427.O7 M68 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||85600017|
Chapter C: Movement and fate of crude-oil in contaminants in the subsurface environment at Bemidji, Minnesota: Chapter C in U.S. Geological Survey program on toxic waste--ground-water contamination: Proceedings of the Third technical meeting, Pensacola, Florida, March , Snails, Thais haemostoma, were collected from two areas offshore in Pensacola Bay, Florida, near an onshore hazardous-waste site. Tissue from the snai.
Description of hazardous waste research at a creosote works, Pensacola, Florida. In: Movement and fate of creosote waste in ground water, Pensacola, Florida, US Geological Survey Toxic Waste--Ground- water Contamination Program, ed. by H. C. Mattraw Jr and B. J. Franks, US Geological Survey Open-File Report, Hazardous Waste Hydrology for study focusing on the behavior of organic fluids in the subsurface. Two other national research sites are in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and Pensacola, Florida, where ground water has been contaminated by sewage and wood-preserving chemicals, respectively.
This study characterizes the clay minerals in sediments associated with a plume of creosote-contaminated groundwater. The plume of contaminated groundwater near Pensacola, FL, is in shallow, permeable, Miocene to Holocene quartz sand and flows southward toward Pensacola Bay. Clay-size fractions were separated from 41 cores, chiefly split-spoon samples at 13 drill sites. Infiltration of wastes containing creosote and pentachlorophenol from surface impoundments at an abandoned wood‐treatment facility near Pensacola, Florida, resulted in contamination of the underlying sand and gravel aquifer. Pond sludges and sediments near the source were contaminated with 2‐ to 5‐ring azaarenes having log Kow values of from to However, the ground water.
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MOVEMENT AND FATE OF CREOSOTE WASTE IN GROUND WATER, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA: U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY TOXIC WASTE-GROUND-WATER CONTAMINATION PROGRAM Chapter A. Description of Hazardous-Waste Research at a Creosote Works, Pensacola, Florida By Harold C.
Mattraw, Jr., and Bernard J. FranksCited by: Ground- and surface-water contamination by pesticides used in the wood-preserving industry is widespread in the United States. Pine poles were treated with wood preservatives from to at a creosote works near Pensacola, Florida.
Diesel fuel, creosote, and pentachlorophenol were discharged to two unlined impoundments that had a direct hydraulic connection to the sand-and-gravel aquifer. Inthe U.S. Geological Survey, Pensacola of Hazardous Waste Hydrology, selected the former American Creosote Works site near Pensacola, Florida as a national research demonstration area.
Seventy-nine years () of seepage from unlined discharge impoundments had released creosote, diesel fuel, and pentachlorophenol (since ) wastes into the ground-water system. Get this from a library. Movement and fate of creosote waste in ground water, Pensacola, Florida: U.S.
Geological Survey toxic waste--ground-water contamination program. [H C Mattraw; Bernard J. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
Organic wastes -- Environmental aspects -- Florida -- Pensacola. Movement and fate of creosote waste in ground water, Pensacola, Florida: U.S. Geological Survey toxic waste--ground-water contamination program / edited by Harold C. Mattraw, Jr., and Bernard J.
Franks. CHAPTER A. MOVEMENT AND FATE OF CREOSOTE WASTE IN GROUND WATER NEAR AN ABANDONED WOOD-PRESERVING PLANT NEAR PENSACOLA, FLORIDA Introduction, by B. Franks A-3 Authigenic nontronitic smectite associated with the creosote waste plume, Pensacola, Florida, by M. Bodine, Jr. A-ll. In Florida, ground-water contamination aspects of Movement and fate of creosote waste in ground water near an abandoned wood-preserving plant near Pensacola, Florida.
Pp A3-A9. In: Franks, B. /ed.), U.S. Geological Survey program on toxic waste. make them fairly mobile in ground water.
Detailed information on the chemical, physical, and biological processes that affect their movement is necessary to study the movement and fate of chlorinated solvents in ground water and to evaluate remedial actions. The U.S. Geological Survey, through the Toxic Waste--Ground-Water.
Le Blanc, D. R., ed.,Movement and fate of solutes in a plume of sewage-contaminated ground water, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, U.S. Geological Survey Toxic Waste-Ground-Water Contamination Program: U.S.
Geological Survey Open-File Reportp. Movement and fate of creosote waste in ground water, Pensacola, Florida. US Geological Survey Toxic Waste - Ground-Water Contamination Program.
Elder JF, Dresler PV () Chapter I. Creosote discharge to the nearshore environment in Pensacola Bay, Florida: Preliminary assessment in effects. In: Mattraw HC Jr. Franks BJ (eds) Movement and fate of creosote waste in groundwater, Pensacola, Florida: U.S.
Geological Survey Toxic Waste-Ground-Water Contamination Program. Baedecker, M.J., and Lindsay, S.S.,Distribution of unstable constituents in ground water near a creosote works, Pensacola, Florida, in Mattraw, H.C., Jr., and.
The discharge of creosote and pentachlorophenol wastewaters to unlined surface impoundments has resulted in ground-water contamination in the vicinity of a wood-treatment plant near Pensacola. Godsy, E.M.,Geochemical and microbiological degradation processes, in Proceedings of the U.S Environmental Protection Agency Symposium on Intrinsic Bioremediation of Ground Water, Denver, Colorado, AugustWashington, D.C., Office of Research and Development, U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Research Brief EPA//R/, p. Bekins, B.A., Godsy, E.M., and Goerlitz, D.F.,Modeling steady-state methanogenic degradation of phenols in groundwater at Pensacola, Florida, in Symposium on. Wastes from a wood preserving plant in Pensacola, Florida have contaminated the near‐surface sand‐and‐gravel aquifer with creosote‐derived compounds and pentachlorophenol.
Contamination resulted from the discharge of plant waste waters to and subsequent seepage from unlined surface impoundments that were in direct hydraulic contact with. Description: Movement and fate of creosote waste in ground water, Pensacola, Florida; U.S.
Geological Survey toxic waste-ground-water contamination program. USGS Environmental Health Mission Area Bibliography, Creosote Waste in Groundwater--Pensacola, Florida. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey () Movement and fate of creosote waste in ground water, Pensacola, Florida: US Geological Survey Toxic Waste-Ground-Water Contamination Program.
US Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper –. Elder JF, Dreseler PV () Creosote discharge to the nearshore environment in Pensacola Bay, Florida: Preliminary assessment in effects. In: Mattraw HC Jr, Franks BJ (eds) Movement and fate of creosote waste in groundwater, Pensacola, Florida: U.S.
Geological Survey Toxic Waste Ground-Water Contamination Program.Abstract. Creosote is the most extensively used insecticide and industrial wood preservative today.
It is estimated that there are more than wood-preserving plants in the United States, and their collective use of creosote exceeds xl0 6 kg/yr (von Rumker et al., ).Creosote is a complex mixture of more than major individual organic compounds with differing molecular weights.American Creosote was a wood treatment business from until in Pensacola (see map.) The company used creosote, pentachlorophenol, and diesel fuel to treat telephone poles, railroad ties, and fence posts.
The company used two lagoons for waste water. The lagoons overflowed during rainstorms. The runoff would then go into Pensacola Bay.