1 edition of Managing PCBs in the Hudson/Raritan estuary and the New York Bight system found in the catalog.
Managing PCBs in the Hudson/Raritan estuary and the New York Bight system
Includes bibliographical references (p. 15-24, 3rd group).
|Statement||Scott T. McCreary, senior editor and principal mediator.|
|Contributions||McCreary, Scott T., New York Academy of Sciences.|
|LC Classifications||TD427.P65 M36 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 48, 31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||90186282|
The Hudson-Raritan System, which includes New York Harbor, is a varied and complex coastal plain estuary. The system is dominated by a drowned river valley (the Hudson), with a network of tidal straits (Arthur Kill, Kill Van Kull, and the Harlem and East Rivers), open and enclosed bays (Raritan, Jamaica, and New York Bays), tidal mud. Effects of contaminants on the fauna of the Hudson-Raritan Estuary, and risks to humans from consuming estuary fauna. Pages XII-1 - XII in Water quality of New Jersey coastal waters, vol. 1, part 2: The Hudson-Raritan: state of the estuary--appendix. New .
PCBs have accumulated to relatively high levels in bottom sediments of the New York--New Jersey Harbor estuarine system, the New York Bight Apex, and the Delaware River estuary primarily as a result of deliberate and inadvertent releases to the . The New York–New Jersey Harbor Estuary, also known as the Hudson-Raritan Estuary, is in the Mid-Atlantic states of New Jersey and New York on the East Coast of the United States. The system of waterways of the Port of New York and New Jersey forms one of the most intricate natural harbors in the world. The harbor opens onto the New York Bight in the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast and .
The laboratory, at the entrance to the Hudson-Raritan estuary, continued to grow in importance over the years, assessing the effect of pollution on fish and plankton. The Hudson-Raritan Estuary is one of several United States coastal areas where chemical data have suggested a potential for contaminant-related biological effects, and multiyear intensive bioeffects surveys have been conducted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The severity and spatial patterns in sediment toxicity were determined in an estuary Cited by:
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Managing PCBs in the Hudson/Raritan Estuary and the New York Bight System. Scott McCreary with Marc David Block and Marlene Mallner, Octo This paper consists of the page negotiated single text of the NYAS New York Bight Initiative. Abstract. When former New York State Commissioner of Environmental Conservation Ogden Reid warned consumers on August 8, against eating fish from the Hudson River and Lake Ontario because of contamination with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), relatively few people were even aware of the existence of these by: 5.
The New York/New Jersey Harbor (also known as the Hudson River Estuary) is heavily contaminated with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) arising in part from inputs from the Upper Hudson River, which is a Superfund site containing historical PCB contamination, and also due to inputs from the New York City metropolitan by: 12 Larval Migrations Between the Hudson River Estuary and New York Bight Steven G.
Morgan 13 The Diadromous Fish Fauna of the Hudson River: Life Histories, Conservation Concerns, and Research Avenues John R. Waldman 14 Fisheries of the Hudson River Estuary Karin g, Kathryn A. Hattala, AndrewW. Kahnle,andJohnR. Waldman.
The Hudson River Estuary by Jeffrey S. Levinton,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1). The results indicate that processes in the sediment are highly significant in the removal of PHCs from the system and a comparatively low proportion of PHCs discharged to the Hudson Raritan estuary are eventually discharged to New York Bight through the Sandy Hook-Rockaway Point by: 12 Larval Migrations Between the Hudson River Estuary and New York Bight Steven G.
Morgan 13 The Diadromous Fish Fauna of the Hudson River: Life Histories, Conservation Concerns, and Research Avenues John R. Waldman 14 Fisheries of the Hudson River Estuary Karin E. Limburg, Kathryn A.
Hattala,n. 8 Hudson-Raritan Estuary Comprehensive Restoration Plan - Version June Table Target Ecosystem Characteristics (TECs) in the Hudson-Raritan Estuary (HRE) study area.
9Hudson-Raritan Estuary Comprehensive Restoration Plan - Version June Table Circulation in the Hudson estuary. of salinity and provides a tool for managing the water in the estuary. into the lower Hudson Estuary from Raritan Bay or the Apex of the New York Bight. 7Hudson-Raritan Estuary Comprehensive Restoration Plan - Draft March Table Short-Term and Long-Term Objectives for Target Ecosystem Characteristics (TECs) in the Hudson- Raritan Estuary (HRE) study area.
The New York-New Jersey Harbor & Estuary Program (HEP) is governed by a Policy Committee, and supported by a working Management Committee, Citizens Advisory and Science and Technical Advisory Committees, and technical work groups.
Inthe Hudson River Foundation was chosen by EPA to administer the Program. NEW YORK BIGHT RESTORATION PLAN EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The New York Bight Restoration Plan (NYBRP) is authorized by the Marine Plastic Pollution Research and Control Act (MPPRCA) of The New York Bight is defined as the Atlantic Continental Shelf waters off Long Island, NY and New Jersey.
The study area also includes the Hudson-Raritan Estuary. MMM PCBs Marist Archives and Special Collections Marist Archives and Special Collections North Road Poughkeepsie, New York - PCBs linear feet 11 - 18 - Marist College English.
Documents, studies, and correspondence concerning PCBs in the Hudson River and their effects on fish, other wildlife, and humans. Alphabetical. There is concern about the potential toxicity of waterway sediments in general, and the Hudson/Raritan Estuary sediments in particular, from several points of view.
Firs t, on the order of 9 million wet tons of sediment (more than 10 million m 3) of sediments dredged from this area annually are dumped in the New York Bight at the Mud.
Hudson-Raritan Estuary and Coastal New Jersey Area. ABOUT THIS REPORT NATIONAL STATUS AND TRENDS PROGRAM In response to the need for information assessing the effects of human activities on environmental quality in rus to the New York Bight.
Toxic metals were added at the rate of 35, tons per year. Contributing to. Chemical contamination of the Hudson -Raritan Estuary as a result of the attack on the World Trade Center: analysis of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and polychlorinated biphenyls in mussels and sediment.
NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center. Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "Magnitude and extent of sediment toxicity in the Hudson-Raritan Estuary". U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Significant habitats and habitat complexes of the New York Bight watershed. Charlestown, Rhode Island: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Southern New England – New York Bight Coastal Ecosystems Program. Historic Area Remediation Site (HARS) The success of ocean commerce within the Port of New York and New Jersey depends on a regular and predictable program of maintenance and new work dredging.
Dredging is required to remove shoals that interfere with safe navigation due to the settlement and accumulation of fine-grained sediments that are. Thomas Belton currently works at the Patrick Center for Environmental Research, Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University.
Thomas does research in Ecology, Limnology and Marine Biology. His. Fate and Transport Modeling of Sediment Contaminants in the New York/New Jersey Harbor Estuary by Robin E. Landeck Miller, Kevin J. Farley, James R. Wands, Robert Santore, Aaron D. Redman, and Nicholas B.
Kim HydroQual, Inc., MacArthur Blvd., Mahwah, NJ T: F: Abstract. Sediment contamination in the NY/NJ Harbor estuary has adversely affected both .Contaminant bioaccumulation dynamics was examined in young-of-the-year (YOY) bluefish subpopulations (Pomatomus saltatrix) in the New York Bight ecosystem, and the results were used to assess (i) effects of habitat quality in terms of levels of PCBs and pesticides on bluefish condition and (ii) fidelity of YOY bluefish to different subestuaries that served as the nurseries subsequent to Cited by: 4.NEW YORK - NEW JERSEY HARBOR/URBAN CORE OVERVIEW.
Introduction. By virtue of both its geographic position at the Apex of the New York Bight and its enormous human influence upon the regional landscape and biota, the center or core of the entire New York Bight habitat study area is the New York - New Jersey Harbor (Harbor) and the surrounding greater metropolitan New York City .