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by K.E. Cowser,Vivian A. Jacobs

eBook Synthetic Fossil Fuel Technologies: Results of Health and Environmental Studies epub
  • ISBN: 0250406241
  • Author: K.E. Cowser,Vivian A. Jacobs
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Butterworth Publishers; 1st ptg. edition (1984)
  • Pages: 590 pages
  • ePUB size: 1370 kb
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Sun This Symposium covered worldwide developments in fossil fuel power plant technologies for performance improvement, retrofitting, and repowering; energy policy and financing strategies; fuel.

Synthetic fossil fuel technologies: results of health and environmental studies. cle{osti 5252929, title {Synthetic fossil fuel technologies: results of health and environmental studies. This Symposium covered worldwide developments in fossil fuel power plant technologies for performance improvement, retrofitting, and repowering; energy policy and financing strategies; fuel switching; and environmental and regulatory issues.

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Synthetic fossil fuel technology: potential health and environmental effects This symposium included five sessions.

Synthetic fossil fuel technology: potential health and environmental effects. K. E. Cowser, Colin R. Richmond. This symposium included five sessions. Session I dealt with the technology for contending with harmful effluents primarily from coal conversion process. Session II was designed to address the nee. More). Wallace de Laguna, K. Cowser, Faith Lamb Parker.

A fossil fuel is a fuel formed by natural processes, such as anaerobic decomposition of buried dead organisms, containing energy originating in ancient photosynthesis. Such organisms and their resulting fossil fuels typically have an age of millions. Such organisms and their resulting fossil fuels typically have an age of millions of years, and sometimes more than 650 million years. Fossil fuels contain high percentages of carbon and include petroleum, coal, and natural gas. Commonly used derivatives of fossil fuels include kerosene and propane.

In Synthetic Fossil Fuel Technologies. Results of Health and Environmental Studies (K. Cowser, e. Butterworth, London, pp. 505-521. There are a remarkable number and diversity of activities that have been modeled successfully. The activity to be modeled may be a toxicity to an environmental organism or to man, the fate of a pollutant in an ecosystem, or the pharmacokinetic properties of a xenobiotic in man. To model any of these activities, relevant biological data for the endpoint are required. Weathering results in decreased oil yields and its extent is indicated by the oil/organic carbon ratio. This volume contains the proceedings of a symposium on the potential health and environmental impacts of coal and shale oil technologies. The purpose of the symposium was to present the state of current knowledge in these fields. In a series of carefully selected samples, this ratio (by weight) varies from . 5 for ‘fresh’ shale to . 8 for appreciably altered shale

1981, Environmental, Health, and Control Aspects of Coal Conversion - An Information Overview. Cowser, K. and Richmond, C. R. (Ed. : 1980, Synthetic Fossil Fuel Technology: Potential Health and Environmental Effects. Ann Arbor Science Publishers, Ann Arbor, MI.

1981, Environmental, Health, and Control Aspects of Coal Conversion - An Information Overview. Vol. 2. Ann Arbor Science Publishers, In. Ann Arbor, MI. 430 p. oogle Scholar. 511 p.

Fossil-fuel combustion by-products are the world's most significant threat to children's health and future and are major contributors to global inequality and environmental injustice. The emissions include a myriad of toxic air pollutants and carbon dioxide (CO₂), which is the most important human-produced climate-altering greenhouse gas. Synergies between air pollution and climate change can magnify the harm to children. Impacts include impairment of cognitive and behavioral development, respiratory illness, and other chronic diseases-all of which may be "seeded" in utero.

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