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Dispersion of sewage sluda discharged into New York Bight
A. M Teeter
by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Corvallis, Or, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||A. M. Teeter, R. J. Callaway, and D. W. Denbo, Marine and Freshwater Ecology Branch, Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory|
|Series||Research reporting series|
|Contributions||Callaway, R. J., joint author, Denbo, D. W., joint author, Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory, Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory. Marine and Freshwater Ecological Branch|
|The Physical Object|
A total of billion gallons per day of wastewater are discharged into New York Harbor by New York City. Today, because sewage that once went directly into cessation of sludge discharge into the harbor, and CSO abatement. The National Academies Press. doi: / ment of Edinburgh's Sewage Disposal Scheme." Proc Inst. Civil Engr. (G. B.), Part I, 60, 53 (). Calla way, R. J., et al, "Preliminary Analysis of the Dispersion of Sewage Sludge Dis charged from Vessels to the New York Bight Waters." Proc. Symp. Middle-At lantic Continental Shelf and the New York Bight, Special Symposia Vol. 2, Amer.
tons (1), are discharged each year into the New York Bight (Fig. 1). While ocean dumping is the most important source, wastesalsoarrivethroughsewer outfalls, eolian transport, river dis-charge, land runoff, and vessel wastes R. A. Young, who is now at Exxon Production ResearchCompany,PostOffice Box, Houston, Texas, andD.J. P. Swift. Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory: Dispersion of sewage sludge discharged into New York Bight: physical oceanographic data and laboratory analyses / (Corvallis, Or.
New York, Brooklyn, NY @ Owing to past and present discharge of industrial and chemical wastes in the New York Bight (NYB), sediments and biota of the NYB have been shown to contain elevated levels of enviro-toxic trace metals. These trace metals, produced by anthropogenic activities, persist at. New York Bight •.. are (1) s ewer and indus trialoutfalls, (2) ocean disposal of sewage sludge and dredge spoil, (3) river discharge and land runoff, (4) wastes from vessels, (5) accidental spills, and (6) harbor debris. 3. No significant improvement in the water quality in the New York Bight can be expected until the mid's.
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Dispersion of sewage sludge discharged into New York Bight. Corvallis, Or.: Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory. EPA/a September DISPERSION OF SEWAGE SLUDGE DISCHARGED INTO NEW YORK BIGHT Physical Oceanographic Data December A.
Teeter, R. Callaway, and D. Denbo Marine and Freshwater Ecology Branch Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory Corvallis, Oregon CORVALLIS ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LABORATORY OFFICE OF.
Roughly million wet tons (Hansler, ) of sewage discharged into New York Bight about km ° true from Ambrose light during This sludge is a byproduct or residue from municipal wastewater treatment plants scattered throughout the New York-New Jersey metropolitan area.
Dispersion of sewage sludge discharged into New York Bight: physical oceanographic data and laboratory analyses / By Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory.
Marine and Freshwater Ecology Branch., A. Teeter and Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory. Two discharges of sewage sludge into the New York Bight waters (Fig.
1) were closely monitored to investi- gate mass settling rates and dilution. Our primary con- cern was to determine the vertical dimensions and distributions of these typical sludge plumes with respect to chemical and physical parameters on a short- and long-term by: 5.
Projections are made of the distribution of and biological response to New York/New Jersey sewage sludges if they are slowly discharged from barges at a deepwater location in annual volumes of 7 × 10 6 m have used available information on sludge composition, dispersion of barge-dumped wastes, flow through the dumpsite, sewage sludge settling under quiescent conditions, rates of Cited by: The effects of ocean dumping on a marine ecosystem must be considered in the context of the character and quantity of all contaminants reaching the system.
The highly variable nature of natural factors within the ecosystem and of waste inputs to it make the direct determination of cause-effect relationships of anthropogenic materials quite Cited by: 5. Projected Consequences of Dumping Sewage Sludge at a Deep Ocean Site near New York Bight Article in Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 40(S2) April with Reads.
The New York City Bight received sewage sludge produced in several wastewater treatment plants locate~ in the greater New York City area, via barges, which represent the source of the 63% of the suspended solids entering the Bight .
4 R.J. Callaway, A.M. Teeter, D. Browne and G. Ditsworth, Dispersion of sewage sludge discharged from Cited by: 1. Sludge accumulation in the New York Bight, the ocean area 11 miles east of Sandy Hook, has raised strong protests from environmentalists. The sludge.
In New York City, for example, several sewage treatment plants have dewatering facilities that use large centrifuges along with the addition of chemicals such as polymer to further remove liquid from the sludge.
The product which is left is called "cake," and that is picked up by companies which turn it into. Effect of ocean dumping on 13C/12C ratios in marine sediments from the New York Bight.
Estuarine and Coastal Marine Science11 (6), DOI: /S(80) Richard H West, Patrick G Hatcher. Polychlorinated biphenyls in sewage sludge and sediments of the New York by: Remote acoustic sensing of the particulate phase of industrial chemical wastes and sewage sludge: report on the seasonal variability of the dispersion of the particulate phase as observed from three cruises, JulyJanuary-Februaryand April The dumping of sewer sludge and dredge spoil in the waters of the New York Bight and Author: Marshall H.
Orr, Lincoln Baxter, Frederick R. Hess. A estimate stated that the New York Bight has received million wet tons of sewage sludge, 40, wet tons of acid waste, and 10 million cubic yards of harbor-dredge spoils (Payton, ). Teeter, A. M, d al, "Dispersion of Sewage Sludge Discharged into New York Bight.
Physical Oc?anographie Data?December " EPA Corvallis Environ. Res. Lab, EPA///A (). Wilson, M. P, "Assessment of Treated Vs Untreated Oil Spills (Interim Report)." Rhode Island Univ, Kingston, Rept.
COO (). The uncontrolled ocean dumping caused severe depletion of oxygen levels in some ocean waters. In the New York Bight (ocean waters off the mouth of the Hudson River), where New York City dumped sewage sludge and other materials, oxygen concentrations in waters near the seafloor declined significantly between and Top of Page.
Historically, sludge in developed nations was disposed in coastal waters: New York's twenty sewage treatment plants, for example, once disposed their sludge offshore in a region known as the New York Bight. Dispersion of Sewage Sludge Discharged into the New York Bight, December A.
Teeter, R. Callaway, D. Denbo EPA/a; stamped as WITHDRAWN. For many years New York City and other local governments dumped sludge - a dark substance that results from the treatment of raw sewage - into the New York Bight 12 miles offshore.
"Sewage contamination in the New York Bight" Until the North River plant started its preliminary treatment in Marchthe city of New York had always discharged raw sewage directly into the Hudson River.
The extent is measured in the paper "Sewage contamination in the New York Bight: Coprostanol as an indicator". The New York Bight extends seaward some 80 to miles (ca.
to km) from the Long Island and New Jersey shorelines to the edge of the continental shelf. Over 14 × 10 6 m 3 of sewage sludge, dredge spoils, acid wastes, and cellar dirt are discharged into this area each by: Four surveys of suspended particulate matter in the New York Bight apex from September through November revealed consistent distributions that reflect the water circulation.
Dredge spoil and sewage sludge dumped near the head of the shelf channel settle into this depression to form mud lenses rich in organic matter. Contaminated Cited by: 7.Full text of "Shell disease of crustaceans in the New York Bight" See other formats ^^ATES O^ ^ NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-F/NEC Shell Disease of Crustaceans in the New York Bight U.S.
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