Oil Spill Impacts: Taxonomic and Ontological Approaches

Oil Spill Impacts: Taxonomic and Ontological Approaches


Starting with the 2010 Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Horizon oil spill incident, Oil Spill affects: Taxonomic and Ontological methods chronicles a timeline of occasions that target the influence of oil spills and offers an realizing of those incidents utilizing a couple of techniques. The e-book contains an interdisciplinary oil spill taxonomy, an oil spill subject map, and highlights information–organization instruments, reminiscent of indexes, taxonomies, and subject maps that may be used to attach info assets with options of curiosity.

The subject map combines the functionality of ontology with the functionality of geared up details assets, and comprises millions of recommendations and their relationships extracted from nearly three hundred files stemming from a variety of educational convention shows, magazine articles, information studies, and websites.

Divided into 4 components, the ebook starts off with a quick advent of the Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Horizon oil spill occasions by way of a breakdown of the taxonomy techniques disbursed into different types and their subcategories. The e-book then describes the oil spill subject map separated by means of options, relationships, and references.

This interdisciplinary reference offers to its readers:

  • The standpoint of a number of disciplines rather than only one discipline
  • An indication of an important issues within the oil spill domain
  • Developed learn within the oil spill and oil drilling areas
  • A vast and special view of oil spill issues

The booklet serves students, lecturers, and researchers attracted to oil spill concerns, oil spill incidents, and addresses their affects that contain coastal and marine environmental sciences, organic sciences, chemistry, catastrophe administration, geology, sociology, and govt coverage.

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