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Ten Years’ Monitoring of Intertidal Macroalgal Vegetation of Hyogo Prefecture, Northwestern Coast of Honshu, Japan to Assess the Impact of the Nakhodka Oil Spill
Algae. 2007;22(1):37-44.     DOI: https://doi.org/10.4490/algae.2007.22.1.037

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Ecological monitoring of intertidal phytobenthic communities of the Basque Coast (N. Spain) following the Prestige oil spill
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 2008;159(1-4):555-575   Crossref logo
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Hydrocarbon-Degrading Bacteria and Paraffin from Polluted Seashores 9 Years after the Nakhodka Oil Spill in the Sea of Japan
Acta Geologica Sinica - English Edition. 2010;80(3):432-440   Crossref logo
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Twenty Years after the Nakhodka Oil Spill Accident in the Sea of Japan, How Has Contamination Changed?
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Impacts of the Nakhodka heavy-oil spill on an intertidal ecosystem: an approach to impact evaluation using geographical information system
Marine Pollution Bulletin. 2003;47(1-6):99-104   Crossref logo
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Bioremediation of coastal areas 5 years after the Nakhodka oil spill in the Sea of Japan: isolation and characterization of hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria
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Controversy over the Nakhodka oil spill
Marine Pollution Bulletin. 1997;34(4):225   Crossref logo
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New fossil anurans from the Lower Cretaceous Sasayama Group of Hyogo Prefecture, Western Honshu, Japan
Cretaceous Research. 2016;61:108-123   Crossref logo
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Bioremediation on the Shore after an Oil Spill from the Nakhodka in the Sea of Japan. I. Chemistry and Characteristics of Heavy Oil Loaded on the Nakhodka and Biodegradation Tests by a Bioremediation Agent with Microbiological Cultures in the Laboratory
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Monitoring toxicity of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in intertidal sediments for five years after the Hebei Spirit oil spill in Taean, Republic of Korea
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Impacts by heavy-oil spill from the Russian tanker Nakhodka on intertidal ecosystems: recovery of animal community
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