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The treatment of ships' ballast water / Oemcke, D
Bib ID 1374299
Format BookBook
Author
Oemcke, Darren J
 
Description Brisbane : Ports Corporation Queensland, 1998 
ix, 92 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 1876366060
Series

EcoPorts monograph series ; no. 18.

Notes

"CRC Reef Research Centre"

Includes bibliographical references (p. 79-92)

Subjects Ballast (Ships) -- Environmental aspects.  |  Discharge of ballast water -- Management.  |  Ballast water -- Purification.
Other authors/contributors Cooperative Research Centre for Ecologically Sustainable Development of the Great Barrier Reef (Australia)  |  Ports Corporation of Queensland

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