We discuss specific features of the space distribution and the processes of assimilation and oxidation of the dissolved and emulsified fractions of oil hydrocarbons in Black-Sea waters and study the methods of parametrization of these processes proposed in the literature. We develop a procedure of parametrization of the processes of degradation of oil hydrocarbons taking into account their complex chemical compositions, characteristics of chemical and microbiological processes, and temperature dependences of these processes and perform numerical experiments aimed at the reconstruction of the seasonal variations of the large-scale space structure of the distribution of oil hydrocarbons in the aerobic zone of the Black Sea.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 23, 2004
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