Analytical fate and mass transport modeling of Harbor Island tank farms by Nnamdi Madakor Download PDF EPUB FB2
Author(s) Nnamdi Madakor: Description: This document describes analytical modeling which was conducted by the Washington State Department of Ecology to predict the fate and transport of petroleum hydrocarbons in the groundwater disharging to surface water bodies adjacent to Harbor Island.
Analytical Fate and Mass Transport Modeling of Harbor Island Tank Farms: November Management of Wood Waste Under Dredged Material Management Programs (DMMP) and the Sediment Management Standards (SMS) Cleanup Program DMMP Clarification Paper SMS Technical Information Memorandum: September Analytical fate and mass transport modeling of Harbor Island tank farms: ARCO Oil, GATX (former Shell Oil) and TEXACO Oil: a decision making tool in the cleanup action plan by Nnamdi Madakor (Book).
Puget Sound, in which Harbor Island is located, is an inland marine waterway formed through continental glaciation. Harbor Island is located on the former delta of the Duwamish River, which flows into Elliott Bay and Puget Sound from the Duwamish- Green River valley.
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The GATX Tank Storage Harbor Island site is located at 13th Avenue SW on the north-central section of Harbor Island in Seattle, King County. The site is approximately 14 acres in size. GATX Tank Storage Harbor Island was owned and operated by Shell for 50 years – until purchased in by the GATX Terminal Corporation – and was acquired.
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1 INTRODUCTION Chemical plant operations use tank farms for the storage of final product before shipping the products out to the end users or to other facilities.
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