Analysis of Odors from Polluted Bay Ecosystemsby Annette M. Barbaccia, Holzmacher, McLendon & Murrell, Melville, NY, USA,
Hugo D. Freudenthal, Holzmacher, McLendon & Murrell, Melville, NY, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Coastal Zone '85
Abstract: Facility effluents, runoff, sewage and manmade constituents entering bays and streams can provide a source of nutrients which can support the growth of odor producing benthic or planktonic populations. These odors can be a nuisance and in some instances can cause health impacts to surrounding communities. A case study involving Flushing Bay and Creek in Queens, New York which typifies these conditions is discussed in this paper.
Subject Headings: Odors | Bays | Ecosystems | Soil pollution | Effluents | Runoff | Sewage | Rivers and streams | Case studies | North America | United States | New York
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