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Marine biomass

Donald Fleming Squires

Marine biomass

New York State species and site studies : annual report for 1981

by Donald Fleming Squires

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Published by The Institute in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biomass energy -- New York (State),
  • Marine algae -- New York (State),
  • Methane.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by D.F. Squires and L. McKay in collaboration with Boudewijn Brinkhuis ... [et al.] for Gas Research Institute.
    ContributionsMcKay, L. 1957-, Gas Research Institute.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination143 p. :
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15167633M

    Biomass and Extracts of Algae as Material for Cosmetics. Se-Kwon Kim 4 and; Katarzyna Schroeder, G., Messyasz, B. and Pikosz, M. () Biomass and Extracts of Algae as Material for Cosmetics, in Marine Algae Extracts: Processes, Products, and Applications (eds S.-K. Kim and K. Chojnacka), Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim. Plantae and Marine Biomass for Biofuels DOI: / In book: Biomass for Sustainable Applications: Pollution Remediation and Energy (pp) Zostera marina is an.

    Table 2. Major biomass program sponsors and contractors (Marine Biomass: Laminaria, Gracilaria, Sargassum, and Ulva) Table 3. Major biomass program sponsors and contractors (Land-Based Biomass) Table 4. Major biomass program sponsors and contractors (Community Wastes) Table 5. Total and volatile solids content of select biomass feeds Table Size: 9MB. Marine microbes are tiny, single-celled organisms that live in the ocean and account for more than 98 percent of ocean biomass. Marine bacteria growing on an agar plate. Image courtesy of Lophelia II Expedition, NOAA-OER/BOEM.

    The marine biome. Reef fish and coral off Eniwetok atoll in the central Pacific. Marine regions cover about three-fourths of the Earth's surface and include oceans, coral reefs, and estuaries. Marine algae supply much of the world's oxygen supply and take in a huge amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide. The evaporation of the seawater provides.   The second book in this two-volume set explores phycoremedation applications, and the sustainable use of algae for biofuels and other products of economic value. It also looks at aspects such as macro- and micro algal impact on marine ecosystem and remote sensing of algal : Gokare A. Ravishankar, Ranga Rao Ambati.


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This chapter gives a brief overview of this book's content. We discuss isolation, culture techniques, collection, and open pond and photobioreactor systems of growing microalgae. In addition, fatty acid, biological, and biomedical applications of marine microalgae are explored. Topics covered include the features of marine biomass production, biotechnological manipulations of marine algae, and marine biomass conversion to energy, as well as economics.

The chapters, written by many of the major participants in the marine biomass program, synthesize a large number of technical reports, journal articles, symposia and conference proceedings and technology transfer.

This book addresses the history of biomass energy research, its development, deployment efforts, the environmental impact of biomass energy usage, its potential for replacing fossil fuels, many commercial systems already in place, and conventional and advanced biomass energy by:   Thus, marine macroalgae are expected to be a promising alternative to traditional biomass feedstocks, such as corn and sugarcane, for biofuel production.

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Biomass production in marine ecosystems. In marine ecosystems, phytoplankton is the main source of primary production. The nutrient availability cycles make it important to distinguish between “new“ and “regenerated” primary production ; the former identifies the annually renewed nitrogen, while the second measures the rapid cycling of nitrogen through ammonia availability.

We find that the biomass of plants dominates the biomass of the biosphere and is mostly located on land. The marine environment is primarily occupied by microbes, mainly bacteria and protists, which account for ≈70% of the total marine biomass. The remaining ≈30% is mainly composed of arthropods and by: Marine Algae Extracts: Processes, Products, and Applications.

Editor(s): Se‐Kwon Kim; this comprehensive handbook covers the entire value chain from the cultivation of algal biomass to harvesting and processing it, to product extraction and formulation. it brings together the expertise of marine researchers, biotechnologists and. Handbook on Renewable Energy Sources 3 HYDROPOWER Mr Eleftherios Giakoumelos He is a Physicist (University of Patras).

The last fiteen years he has worked for CRES. During his first 8 years, he worked at the Financial Services Department having as main activities the financial monitoring, control and administrative support for research Size: 6MB. Purchase Bioenergy - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBN  Biomass Yields And Geography Of Large Marine Ecosystems. DOI link for Biomass Yields And Geography Of Large Marine Ecosystems. Biomass Yields And Geography Of Large Marine Ecosystems book. By Kenneth Sherman. Edition 1st Edition. First Characteristics and Management of the Benguela as a Large Marine Ecosystem -- Biomass Changes in the Cited by: Marine Bioenergy: Trends and Developments provides a valuable springboard for marine bioenergy research and development, making the book a must-have reference for.

The book treats biomass sources, promising processes for the conversion of biomass into energy and fuels, and the technical and economic considerations in biomass conversion. Sources of biomass examined include crop residues and municipal, animal and industrial wastes, agricultural and forestry residues, aquatic biomass, marine biomass and silvicultural energy farms.

Biomass provides 14% of the world’s primary energy production, but it is largely wasted by inefficient and unsustainable use. To exploit the full potential of this energy source, new approaches and modern technologies such as pyrolysis and gasification are needed.

Bioethanol production from marine biomass alginate by metabolically engineered bacteria† Hiroyuki Takeda, a Fuminori Yoneyama, a Shigeyuki Kawai, a Wataru Hashimoto a and Kousaku Murata * aCited by:   This book covers the key steps in the production of renewable biofuels from microalgae - strain selection, culture systems, inorganic carbon utilisation, lipid metabolism and quality, hydrogen 5/5(1).

The biomass distribution on Earth Yinon M. Bar-Ona, Rob Phillipsb,c, and Ron Miloa,1 aDepartment of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel; bDepartment of Physics, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA ; and cDivision of Biology and Biological Engineering, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA Cited by: Marine environments can have inverted biomass pyramids.

In particular, the biomass of consumers (copepods, krill, shrimp, forage fish) is larger than the biomass of primary producers. This happens because the ocean's primary producers are tiny phytoplankton which are r-strategists that grow and reproduce rapidly, so a small mass can have a fast rate of primary production.

Refining Biomass Residues for Sustainable Energy and Bioproducts: Technology, Advances, Life Cycle Assessment and Economics focuses on the various biorefineries currently available and discusses their uses, challenges, and future developments.

This book introduces the concept of integrated biorefinery systems, as well as their operation and.Biomass & Bioenergy is an international journal publishing original research papers and short communications, review articles and case studies on biological resources, chemical and biological processes, and biomass products for new renewable sources of energy and materials.The use of marine biomass could circumvent many of the land and freshwater use issues associated with terrestrial biomass, the report said.

In addition, studies investigating the anaerobic digestion of marine biomass have found that marine algae are as good a feedstock as terrestrial sources of biomass.