Pollution detection and monitoring in the ocean
This special issue belongs to
|International Journal of Chemical Separation Technology|
Deadline for Manuscript Submission
|March 31st, 2023|
Deadline for Publication
|April 15, 2023|
Special Issue Description
Different kinds of marine contaminants exist. If exposed for a long enough time, they become poisonous to marine life.
If contaminants like floating garbage, oil spills, and microplastics are allowed in place, they can be fatal to aquatic life. The source, sink, and destiny of pollutants must all be determined before deciding on the type of treatment or prevention to be used.
The contaminants in water can be found using a variety of detection techniques. The use of sensors, remote sensing, Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, thermal analysis, spectroscopy, and simulation models are some of the methods they employ. The target analyte in water can be found using any of these tools.
According to their physical and chemical properties, contaminants can be identified. The presence of organic and inorganic materials in the chosen target is distinguished using these methods.
Pollutant identification can have both beneficial and negative effects, particularly in chemical analyses. Physical and chemical analyses are currently combined and applied globally. Pollutant analysis for larger areas uses cutting-edge technologies like remote sensing and simulation models.
It is necessary to create new techniques and enhance existing ones to speed up the identification process for environmental samples.
*Remote sensing *Simulation model *Spectroscopy *Floating objects *Oil spills *Microplastics *Aquatic organisms *Thermal analysis *Tools
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