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Engineering

Black Tides epub ebook

by Miles O. Hayes

Black Tides epub ebook

Author: Miles O. Hayes
Category: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: University of Texas Press; English Language edition (January 1, 2000)
Pages: 303 pages
ISBN: 0292731248
ISBN13: 978-0292731240
Rating: 4.6
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Miles O. Hayes has been a leader in this work for over twenty years.

Miles O. In this highly readable autobiography, he describes his evolution as a scientist, his work in coastal oil spill contingency planning and clean up, and his personal philosophy of one's relationship with nature. A skilled raconteur, Hayes tells engrossing stories of responding to most of the recent, headline-grabbing oil spills, including the Gulf War spills, the Exxon Valdez, the Amoco Cadiz spill in France, and the Ixtoc I blowout in Mexico.

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Black tides of spilled oil pollute the world's coasts with depressing regularity, giving scientists ample opportunity to. .Miles O. Hayes has been a leader in this work for over twenty years

Black tides of spilled oil pollute the world's coasts with depressing regularity, giving scientists ample opportunity to observe their environmental impacts and learn how to clean up and restore the affected shorelines. In this highly readable autobiography, he describes his evolution as a scientist, his work in coastal oil spill contingency planning and cleanup, and his personal philosophy of one's relationship with nature.

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During the past decade or so, various coasts have been designated as wave-dominated or tide-dominated. Typically there is an association made between coastal morphology and the dominant process that operates on the coast in question.

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In this highly readable autobiography, Hayes describes his evolution as a scientist, his work in coastal oil spill contingency planning and clean up, and his personal philosophy of one's relationship with nature.

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by. Hayes describes his evolution as a scientist, his work in coastal oil spill contingency planning and clean up, and his personal philosophy of one's relationship with nature. Includes bibliographical references (pages 285-287).

Hayes taught coastal geomorphology in Massachusetts and South Carolina for a number of years, happiest, as he recounts. here in outtakes from his diaries, when in the field, taking in cuspate forelands and varves and tide-dominated embayments. But. it was with the breakup of the tanker Metula off Tierra del Fuego that he found his calling: mapping coastal waterways to fashion. contingency plans in the case of oil spills and later in hot-response situations. Hayes conveys a modicum of the nuts and bolts. of his tradecraft, formulates a set of basic behavioral principles of oil-spill types, and.

Black tides of spilled oil pollute the world's coasts with depressing regularity, giving scientists ample opportunity to observe their environmental impacts and learn how to clean up and restore the affected shorelines. Miles O. Hayes has been a leader in this work for over twenty years. In this highly readable autobiography, he describes his evolution as a scientist, his work in coastal oil spill contingency planning and clean up, and his personal philosophy of one's relationship with nature.

A skilled raconteur, Hayes tells engrossing stories of responding to most of the recent, headline-grabbing oil spills, including the Gulf War spills, the Exxon Valdez, the Amoco Cadiz spill in France, and the Ixtoc I blowout in Mexico. Interspersed among them are personal events and adventures, such as his survival of a plane crash while mapping a remote part of Alaska. From this life story emerges a compelling statement of the ongoing conflict between environmental preservation and the exploitation of natural resources to sustain our modern society.

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