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  • Helena Team Brings Home Trophy Seeley Lake Pond Hockey Tournament

    Seeley Lake Pond Hockey Tournament - The two teams were playing for first place in the seventh annual Seeley Lake Pond Hockey Tournament, the Great Falls team defending their 2016 title, the Helena squad looking to finally beat their rivals.

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  • Marine Coatings: Making Sense of Copper-Based Antifouling Regulations

    “Biofouling control has tremendous environmental benefits that range from energy savings to slowing the spread of invasive species. Over regulating copper-based antifouling coatings—the most proven and utilized [marine] coatings in the world, which have been universally approved by numerous countries worldwide based on the results of exhaustive human health and environmental studies—is questionable.​

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  • Copper in Antifoulings

    This article gives an updated overview of the use of copper in antifouling paints. In the first part, the worldwide regulatory status is summarized, for both commercial vessels and pleasure craft, based on the results from the detailed scrutiny of copper that has been undertaken by regula- tors in recent years in countries such as the United States, Australia, New Zealand and the EU.

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  • Copper in Aquaculture

    Discussion on Copper in the Aquaculture Environment, Total versus Bioavailable.

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  • Deriving Safe Levels of Copper

    The multiple uses of copper and copper compounds necessitate an assessment of risks from exposures to the marine compartments. The sediment compartment is the sink for much of the copper released into the aquatic environment, therefore realistic safe levels are required for the purposes of Risk Assessment.​

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  • Marine Paint Friend or Foe

    May 01, 2015 10:06 AM

    A number of studies were reviewed that investigate copper concentration in ocean water, sediments and organisms.

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  • Copper in the Ocean Environment

    May 01, 2015 09:51 AM

    A number of studies were reviewed that investigate copper concentrations in ocean water, sediments and organisms. The purpose of reviewing the studies was to compare natural versus anthropogenic copper concentrations. It was found that large variations in concentrations do occur in ocean water, sediments and organisms due to both naturally occurring and anthropogenic copper.

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  • ICA Copper in the Environment

    May 01, 2015 09:41 AM

    Copper is a natural element – a metal that has been one of mankind’s most useful and valuable materials since time immemorial. It is represented by the chemical symbol Cu and the atomic number 29.

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