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Author Name:    Arctic ATLAS, Ronald M. LINKINS, A.E. SEXSTONE, Alan

Title:   Arctic: Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America Vol 31. No 3 September 1978 Alaska Oil

Publisher:    Arctic Institute of North America, 1978, 

Seller ID:   71617

(Arctic). Arctic: Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America, Volume 31, No. 3, September 1978. Pp [153]-411,(3). Includes: R.M. Atlas and J. Brown's "Introduction to the Workshop on Ecological Effects of Hydrocarbon Spills in Alaska" (pp.155-157); Peggy E. Bergstein and J. Robie Vestal's "Crude Oil Biodegradation in Arctic Tundra Pools" (pp.158-169); M.J. Jordan, J.E. Hobbie and B.J. Peterson's "Effect of Petroleum Hydrocarbons on Microbial Populations in an Arctic Lake" (pp.170-179); Amikam Horowitz, Alan Sexstone and Ronald M. Atlas' "Hydrocarbons and Microbial Activities in Sediment of an Arctic lake One Year after Contamination with Leaded Gasoline"; Michael C. Miller, Vera Alexander and Robert J. Barsdate's "The Effects of Oil Spills on Phytoplankton in an Arctic Lake and Ponds" (pp.192-218); W. John O'Brien's "Toxicity of Prudhoe Bay Crude Oil to Alaskan Arctic Zooplankton";Samuel C. Mozley and Malcolm G. Butler's "Effects of Crude Oil on Aquatic Insects of Tundra Ponds"; D.A. Walker, P.J. Webber, K.R. Everett and J. Brown's "Effects of Crude and Diesel Oil Spills on Plant Communities ar Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, and the Derivation of Oil Spill Sensitivity Maps"; K.R. Everett's "Some Effects of Oil on the Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Wet Tundra Soils"; Jay D. Mckendrick and William W. Mitchell's "Effects of Burnign Crude Oil Spilled onto Six Habitat Types in Alaska"; Jay D. Mckendrick and William W. Mitchell's "Fertilizing and Seeding Oil-Damaged Arctic Tundra to Effect Vegetation Recovery, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska"; T.F. Jenkins, L.A. Johnson, C.M. Collins and T.T. McFadden's "The Physical. Chemical and Biological Effects of Crude Oil Spills on Black Spruce Forest, Interior Alaska"; Elena B. Sparrow, Charlotte V. Davenport and Ronald C. Gordon's "Response of Microorganisms to Hot Crude Oil Spills on a Subarctic Taiga Soil"; Alan Sexstone, Kaye Everett, Tom Jenkins and Ronald M. Atlas' "Fate of Crude and Refined Oils in North Slope Wells"; Alan Sexstone, Paula Gustin and Ronald M. Atlas' "Long Term Interactions of Microorganisms and Prudhoe Bay Crude Oil in Tundra Soils at Barrow, Alaska"; A.E. Linkins, R.M. Atlas and P. Gustin's "Effect of Surface Applied Crude Oil on Soil and Vascular Plant Root Respiration, Soil Cellulase, and Hydrocarbon Hydroxylase at Barrow, Alaska"; R.K. Antibus and A.E. Linkins' "Ectomycorrhizal Fungi of Salix Rotundifolia Trautv. I. Impact of Surface Applied Prudhoe Bay Crude Oil on Mycorrhizal Structure and Composition"; R.K. Antibus and A.E. Linkins' "Ectomycorrhizal Fungi of Salix Rotundifolia Trautv.I I. Impact of Surface Applied Prudhoe Bay Crude Oil on Mycorrhizal Root Respiration and Cold Acclimation"; O.K. Miller, Jr, A.E. Linkins and M.J. Chmielewski's Fungal Biomass Responses in Oil Perturbed Tundra at Barrow, Alaska"; J.W. Costerton, G.J. Brunskill, T. Hutchinson and P. Widden's "Summary of the Workshop on Ecological Effects of Hydrocarbon Spills in Alaska." Vg. 60.00


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