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Environmental Impact of Ships

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By: Stephen de Mora(Editor), Timothy Fileman(Editor), Thomas Vance(Editor)
Environmental Impact of Ships
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Shipping is responsible for transporting 90% of the world's trade. This book provides a comprehensive review of the impact shipping has on the environment. Topics covered include pollutant discharges such as atmospheric emissions, oil, chemical waste, sewage and biocides; as well as non-pollutant impacts including invasive species, wildlife collisions, noise, physical damage, and the environmental effects associated with shipwrecks and shipbreaking. The history of relevant international legislation is also covered. With chapters written by eminent international authors, Environmental Impact of Ships provides a global perspective on the environmental impact of ships, making it a useful reference for advanced students and researchers of environmental science, as well as practitioners of maritime law and policy, and marine business.

Contents

Preface / Stephen de Mora, Tim Fileman, and Thomas Vance
1. Shipping, Ships and the Environment / Thomas Vance, Tim Fileman, Stephen de Mora
2. Atmospheric Emissions from Ships / Thomas G. Bell, Mingxi Yang and Simon J. Ussher
3. Oil pollution from operations and shipwrecks / Roger C. Prince
4. Waste and sewage / C. Michael Hall
5. Ballast water / Stephan Gollasch and Matej David
6. Biocides from marine coatings / Samantha Eslava Martins, Isabel Oliveira, Katherine Langford, and Kevin Thomas
7. Invasive species / John A. Lewis
8. Physical Effects of Ships on the Environment / Tim Fileman, Stephen de Mora, Thomas Vance
9. Ship Noise / S. Viola and V. Sciacca
10. Vessel strikes and North Atlantic right whales / C.H. Fox and C.T. Taggart
11. Nuclear-powered vessels / R. J. Pentreath
12. Environmental Impact of Shipbreaking / M. Maruf Hossain
13. International Legislative Framework / Gorana Jelic Mrcelic, Nikola Mandic and Ranka Petrinovic
14. Shipping Industry's Perspective / Peter Hinchliffe
15. Environmental Impacts of Shipping – Can We Learn? / Stephen de Mora, Tim Fileman, and Thomas Vance

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Biography

Professor Stephen de Mora recently retired as the Chief Executive of the Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) and PML Applications Ltd. Previously he's taught chemistry, environmental science, and oceanography at universities in the United Kingdom (University of Lancaster), New Zealand (University of Auckland) and Canada (University du Québec à Rimouski); and worked at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Marine Environment Laboratory in Monaco. Through the IAEA, he worked with several Regional Seas Programme and Global Environment Facility (GEF) projects around the world. Stephen was presented with a Distinguished Service Award in the year that the IAEA was a co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in 2005. He is the only Ad Hominem member of the UK Marine Science Coordination Committee. He serves as a Sargasso Sea Commissioner and on a number of other national and international committees.

Tim Fileman is a marine scientist, technical manager and centre manager for The Ballast Water Centre in PML Applications Ltd. He has over 30 years' experience in marine science and initially trained as an analytical chemist working on marine pollution-related issues for the UK government. Tim later moved into research to follow his interest in organic contaminant behaviour through estuaries and marine biogeochemistry before developing commercial services for PML. He developed the Ballast Water Centre, which grew from his experience in working with the shipping industry to deliver environmental services. He is a Chartered Scientist and Marine Scientist and a Member of the Institute of Marine Engineers, Scientists, and Technologists (IMarEST).

Dr Tom Vance is Centre Manager of The Centre for marine Biofouling & Corrosion. He specialises in marine fouling community ecology and biofouling control. Tom has experience of designing, conducting and interpreting field and laboratory-based experiments on marine invertebrate and algal assemblages, both in the U.K and internationally. His practical experience includes diving surveys, field-based manipulative experimentation, marine invertebrate taxonomy, advanced image analysis, physiological assessments of fouling species, molecular analysis of biofilms together with multivariate statistics and reporting.


Contributors:
- Stephen de Mora
- Tim Fileman
- Thomas Vance
- Thomas G. Bell
- Mingxi Yang
- Simon J. Ussher
- Roger C. Prince
- C. Michael Hall
- Stephan Gollasch
- Matej David
- Samantha Eslava Martins
- Isabel Oliveira
- Katherine Langford
- Kevin Thomas
- John A. Lewis
- S. Viola
- V. Sciacca
- C.H. Fox
- C.T. Taggart
- R. J. Pentreath
- M. Maruf Hossain
- Gorana Jelic Mrcelic
- Nikola Mandic
- Ranka Petrinovic
- Peter Hinchliffe

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