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Effect of produced-water discharge on bottom sediment chemistry

Effect of produced-water discharge on bottom sediment chemistry

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region in [New Orleans, La.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oil field brines -- Environmental aspects -- Louisiana -- Gulf Coast,
  • Oil well drilling -- Environmental aspects -- Louisiana -- Gulf Coast,
  • Marine sediments -- Louisiana -- Gulf Coast

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors, Ronald D. DeLaune, Charles W. Lindau and Robert P. Gambrell
    SeriesOCS study
    ContributionsDeLaune, R. D, Lindau, Charles W, Gambrell, Robert P, Coastal Marine Institute (Baton Rouge, La.), Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.). Wetland Biogeochemistry Institute, United States. Minerals Management Service. Gulf of Mexico OCS Region
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxi, 47 p.
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18110805M

    @article{osti_, title = {Environmental effects of dredging: Naturally occurring levels of ammonia and sulfide in pore water: An assessment of the literature. Technical notes}, author = {}, abstractNote = {Ammonia and sulfide are natural constituents of sediment. Both are very toxic to aquatic organisms. Consequently, their presence may bias dredged material toxicity bioassays . Coalbed methane (CBM) produced water can be managed as a waste product or put to beneficial use, depending on water quality and quantity, legal and regulatory issues, permitting constraints for discharge and use, the local environment and climate, and economic considerations.   Seasonal variations in sediment and bottom water chemistry of western Long Island Sound: implications for lobster mortality. Differences in monitored natural attenuation of trichloroethylene for plumes in adjacent watersheds at Savannah River Site. Water quality studies on freshwater bodies in New Orleans Louisiana one year after Hurricane Katrina. Correction factor to dye-measured flow velocity under varying water and sediment discharges Guang-hui Zhanga,b,*, Rong-ting Luob, Ying Caob, Rui-chang Shenb, X.C. Zhangc a State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology, Beijing Normal University, Beijing , China bSchool of Geography, Beijing Normal University, Beijing , ChinaCited by:

      Outflow from a treatment facility that handles fracking waste in Pennsylvania left radioactive hot spots and elevated levels of contaminants in sediment near and downstream from a discharge pipe.


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Effect of produced-water discharge on bottom sediment chemistry Download PDF EPUB FB2

The effect of sediment redox conditions on the solubility of Fe, Pb, Ni, Ba, and Cu in bottom sediment collected from a produce water discharge site was invested using kinetics and chemical fractionation procedures.

Under oxidizing sediment conditions, the. Get this from a library. Effect of produced-water discharge on bottom sediment chemistry: final report. [R D DeLaune; Charles W Lindau; Robert P Gambrell; Coastal Marine Institute (Baton Rouge, La.); Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.).

Wetland Biogeochemistry Institute.; United States. Minerals Management Service. Gulf of Mexico OCS Region.;]. The effect of sediment redox conditions on the solubility behavior of Fe, Pb, Ni, Ba, and Cu in bottom sediment collected from a produce water discharge site was investigated using kinetics and chemical fractionation procedures.

Sediment collected was composited and subsamples incubated in laboratory microcosms under controlled Eh-pH by: Produced water often is permitted for discharge from offshore oil and gas production platforms or shore-side treatment facilities to the territorial seas of many countries.

However, there is a limited amount of information available about the chemical composition of produced water (Neff et al, ) and about effects of chronic discharges on Cited by:   Effect of Produced-Water Discharge on Bottom Sediment Chemistry. New Orleans, LA: US Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region,; p.

Report No.: MMS 99–Author: Hossein D. Atoufi, David J. Lampert. Kinetics and chemical fractionation procedures were used to quantify the effect of the sediment redox (Eh) condition on the behavior of As, Cd, Cr, and Zn in the bottom sediment collected from a Louisiana coastal site receiving produced water discharge.

Sediment samples were incubated in microcosms in which Eh-pH conditions were by:   Upon discharge to the ocean, produced water dilutes rapidly, often by fold or more within m of the discharge.

The chemicals of greatest environmental concern in produced water, because their concentrations may be high enough to cause bioaccumulation and toxicity, include aromatic hydrocarbons, some alkylphenols, and a few by: Furthermore, it is notoriously difficult to study effects of the discharges on populations (e.g.

of commercial fish stocks) and the structure and function of marine ecosystems. This review shows a wealth of studies on the effects of produced water on individuals of important species, and on the effects of drilling waste on benthic by: initial bulk dilution of for a discharge of produced water with a density of kg per m 3 at a maximum rate of 30, m 3 /day from a cm pipe at 5 m below sea surface, (Hodgins and.

Produced water may account for 80% of the wastes and residuals produce d from. natural gas production operations (McCormack et al., ).

The ratio of. Yu et al.: Effects of water discharge and sediment load Fig. Location map of modern Yellow River Delta (a), history changes of river channel (b, modified after Xue, ) and study area (c). km (Qian et al., ). It is regarded as largest con-tributor of fluvial sediment load to the ocean in the world (Wang and Aubrey, ).

Read the latest articles of Spill Science & Technology Bulletin atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. Nitrogen and carbon limitation of denitrification in the bed sediments of an effluent‐dominated stream were investigated by quantifying the effects of nitrate and glucose additions on the rate of sediment N 2 O production.

Bed sediment samples were collected from a 30‐km stretch of the South Platte River where up to 95% of the base flow discharge consists of effluent from a Cited by: Produced water remains the largest volume waste stream from oil and gas production offshore.

In the North and Norwegian Seas, produced water volumes are projected to increase significantly over the coming decades, as oil reservoirs near depletion. These releases are therefore the focus of continuing environmental concern.

Effect of Water and Sediment Regulation on the Transport of Particulate Organic Carbon in the Lower Yellow River with sediment discharge, and the total POC flux during the water and sediment. Effects of Coal-Bed Methane Discharge Waters on the Vegetation and Soil Ecosystem in Powder River Basin, Wyoming November Water Air and Soil Pollution (1) Bioaccumulation and food chain effect may also be built up.

The endocrine disruptors in the bottom sediments pose a potential environmental threat to ambient aquatic organisms with their chronic toxicity (Burgess,Ho et al.,Hosokawa et al., ). The identification of toxicants affecting aquatic benthic system is critical to sound assessment and management of water by: Kinetics and chemical fractionation procedures were also used in quantifying the effects of sediment redox (Eh) condition on the behaviors of As, Cd, Cr and Zn in the bottom sediment.

Under oxidizing conditions, As, Zn and Cr behavior were governed by redox chemistry. Rain carries heat, salt, sediment and other pollutants off of impervious surfaces (streets, roofs, parking lots) into streams.

This raises the water temperatures and total solids in the water reduceing the amount of DO it can hold. Dams. Some dams are constructed so that water is released from the bottom of a lake or Size: KB. Fluctuations in effluent‐discharge rates caused daily changes in river stage that promoted exchange of water between the river and bottom sediments.

Groundwater discharge measurements indicated fluxes of water across the sediment‐water interface as Cited by: The first part of the book is a detailed discussion of the chemical composition of produced water from offshore oil wells worldwide and its fates following discharge to the ocean.

The remaining chapters of the book summarize the current scientific literature on the sources and distributions in the ocean of each of the contaminants of concern Reviews: 1. sediment chemistry, toxicity, and benthic community conditions in selected water bodies of the los angeles region final report california state water resources control board division of water quality bay protection and toxic cleanup program california department of fish and game marine pollution studies laboratory university of california, santa cruz.

The Effect of Submarine Groundwater Discharge on the Ocean Willard S. Moore Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina ; email: [email protected] Annu.

Rev. Mar. Sci. –88 First published online as a Review in Advance on Septem The Annual Review of Marine Science is File Size: 1MB.

The Offshore Operators Committee (OOC) Mud and Produced Water Discharge Model (Brandsma and Smith ) allows estimating the fate.

Bottom sediment, bed sediment, bed material Interchangeable terms that refer to material that temporarily is stationary in the bottom of a water course. Dissolved load, dissolved constituent Operationally defined as that material that passes through a fim (micrometer) by: The Role of Sediments in the Chemistry of Aquatic Systems­ Proceedings of the Sediment Chemistry Workshop, FebruaryEdited by Wesley L.

Bradford and Arthur J. Horowitz ABSTRACT A workshop on sediment chemistry was held at the U.S. Geological Survey National Headquarters in Reston, Virgi­ : Wesley L. Bradford, A.J. Horowitz. Industrial wastewater treatment describes the processes used for treating wastewater that is produced by industries as an undesirable by-product.

After treatment, the treated industrial wastewater (or effluent) may be reused or released to a sanitary sewer or to a surface water in the environment. Most industries produce some trends have been to minimize. Biodegradation of Aromatic Heterocycles from Petroleum-Produced Water and Pyrogenic Sources in Marine Sediments: MMS Potential for Accelerated Bioremediation and Restoration of Oil-Impacted Marshes through the Selection of Superior Oil-Tolerant Vegetation: MMS Effect of Produced-Water Discharge on Bottom Sediment Chemistry.

production process. The ratio of produced water to oil varies from well to well and over the life of the well. Generally, this ratio is more than 3 and can be more than 20 in some parts of the world. Not only does the flowrate of the produced water change over time, but so does the composition.

The composition of produced water also varies widely. Durell G, Utvik TR, Johnsen S, Frost T, Neff J () Oil well produced water discharges to the North Sea.

Part I: comparison of deployed mussels (Mytilus edulis), semi-permeable membrane devices, and the DREAM model predictions to estimate the dispersion of polycyclic aromatic by: 8. First, as noted earlier, interstitial water chemistry may not fully account for biological effects on benthic organisms, as fractions of contaminants in sediment particles and/or in the overlying water [99, ] may also be bioavailable to benthic organisms.

Second, not all the dissolved contaminants in interstitial water are by: EFFECTS OF LAND USE ON THE WATER QUALITY AND BIOTA OF THREE Graph showing the relations between suspended-sediment discharge and stream discharge for the study watersheds.

25 TABLES Page Table 1. bottom-material particle size and chemistry, A N C E 1 WARREN HENDERSON \ Cradle Creek Smith /Creek rCited by: a primer on sediment-trace element chemistry. [arthur j horowitz] comparison of trace element concentrations in suspended and bottom sediments versus dissolved levels.

effect of suspended sediment concentration on riverine transport of trace elements. historical levels. physical and chemical factors affecting sediment-trace element chemistry. @article{osti_, title = {Effects of discharge of municipal waste on water quality of the lower Mississippi River}, author = {Hanor, J S}, abstractNote = {The effects of discharge of municipal wastes on water quality within the lower Mississippi River below Old River have been reevaluated using published water quality data in the Louisiana reach of the river for the water.

Offshore Oil & Gas Produced Water Discharge Permits. Petition for Judicial Review of the LAG General Permit Novem On J the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeals remanded the LAG General Permit to LDEQ.

RECONNAISSANCE INVESTIGATION OF WATER QUALITY, BOTTOM SEDIMENT, AND BIOTA ASSOCIATED WITH IRRIGATION DRAINA3E IN THE MIDDLE GREEN RIVER BASIN, UTAH, by Doyle W. Stephens, U.S. Geological Survey, Bruce Waddell, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and Jerry B.

Miller, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEYCited by: Plant discharge site (ST), and the above Vale site (V) 35 A Map showing location of sediment cores taken from the Cheyenne River arm, Lake Oahe, South Dakota 42 A Graphs showing interstitial water and sediment chemistry of cores (sites 2/2') from the western part of the Cheyenne River arm,Author: G.E.

Mallard. Streambed morphology, streamflow dynamics, and the heterogeneity of streambed sediments critically controls the interaction between surface water and groundwater. The present study investigated the impact of different flow regimes on hyporheic exchange in a boreal stream in northern Sweden using experimental and numerical approaches.

Low- base- and high-flow Cited by: 2. a stream is carrying sediment particles ranging from to cm. when the streams velocity decreases from to cm/sec, the stream will most prob. deposit cobbles and pebbbles the rate at which particles are deposited by a stream is least affected by the.

Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Sediment Impounded within Grenada Lake, MS bulk sediment chemistry, bulk density, total carbon, and isotopes. Discrimination of post-impoundment sediment (sediment deposited since dam construction) and pre-impoundment sediment (parent material or pre-existing sediment) was accomplished by the use of.

Effects of WBM cuttings piles on bottom living biological communities are caused mainly by burial and low sediment oxygen concentrations caused by organic enrichment. Toxic effects, when they occur, probably are caused by sulfide and ammonia byproducts of organic enrichment.Sediment can drop to the bottom of the river and take up space.

After enough space is taken up over the years, there is no longer enough room for all the water coming down the river, and the.Environmental, Chemistry & Hazardous Materials Information & Resources the concentration of PCB congeners in biota tends to equilibrium with bottom sediment. metal entering the stream is called the mass loading and is calculated as the product of metal concentration and stream discharge.

The overall effect of high metal concentrations.