Manual on Oil Pollution - Section VI: IMO Guidelines for Sampling and Identification of Oil Spills, 1998 Edition (K578E) (eBook)

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January 1998


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Manual on Oil Pollution - Section VI: IMO Guidelines for Sampling and Identification of Oil Spills, 1998 Edition (K578E) (eBook)

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This section provides guidance to Governments on the techniques, including those of developing countries, on the techniques, equipment and strategies for sampling oil to identify unknown sources of spilled oil.

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This Section provides guidance on the techniques, equipment and strategies for sampling oil to identify unknown sources of spilled oil. Although references are given for the laboratory methods required for analysis, the emphasis in this text is on the details of the field work required to collect the samples.

1              Introduction

 

2              Definitions

 

3              Acronyms and abbreviations

 

4              Supplies and equipment

 

5              Safety

 

6              Planning ahead for sample collection

 

7              Sampling procedures

 

8              Sample identification and security

 

9              Storing the samples

 

10            Requesting laboratory analysis

 

11            Shipping samples to the laboratory

 

12            Choosing a laboratory

 

13            Laboratory analysis

 

Appendix A             Oil sampling and shipping checklist

 

Appendix B             Chain-of-custody record

 

Appendix C             Proper shipping names and UN numbers for petroleum products

 

Appendix D             Flashpoint ranges for typical petroleum products

 

Appendix E             ASTM and NORDTEST standards for analysis of waterborne oil spill samples

Title: Manual on Oil Pollution - Section VI: IMO Guidelines for Sampling and Identification of Oil Spills, 1998 Edition (K578E) (eBook)
Subtitle: IMO Guidelines for Sampling and Identification of Oil Spills
Number of Pages: 38
Product Code: MM1289EA
ISBN: ISBN 13: 9789280114515, ISBN 10: 9280114514
Published Date: January 1998
Author: IMO

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