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1347 Case Study of Biodiesel-Diesel Blends as a Fuel in Marine Environment 2011 Advances in Chemical Engineering and Science, 2011, 1, 65-71
1302 Marine Applications of Fuel Cells: A Multi-Agency Research Program. (Allen, S., Ashey, E., Gore, D., Woerner, J. & Cervi, M.) 2009 Naval Engineers Journal, 110 (1) pp.93-106 Link
1022 Are biofuels sustainable? The EU perspective. (Cockerill S. and Martin C.) 2008 Biotechnology for Biofuels  1 (9)
1086 Emissions Tradeoffs among Alternative Marine Fuels: Total Fuel Cycle Analysis of Residual Oil, Marine Gas Oil, and Marine Diesel Oil. (Corbett J. J. and Winebrake J. J.) 2008 Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 58 pp. 538–542
1268 Biological treatment and toxicity of low concentrations of oily wastewater (bilgewater). (Stamper D. M, Montgomery M. T.) 2008 Canadian journal of microbiology, 54 (8), pp.687-693. Link
1295 Land Clearing and the Biofuel Carbon Debt. (Fargione, J., Hill, J., Tilman, D., Polaskyy, S. & Howthorne, P.) 2008 Science, 319,(5867), pp.1235-1238 Link
1310 Potential importance of hydrogen as a future solution to environmental and transportation problems. ( Balat, M.) 2008 International Journal of Hydrogen Energy,  33 (15) pp.4013-4029    Link
1337 Use of U.S. Croplands for Biofuels Increases Greenhouse Gases Through Emissions from Land-Use Change. (Searchinger, T., Heimlich, R., Houghton, R. A., Dong, F., Elobeid, A., Fabiosa, J., Tokgoz, S., Hayes, D. & Yu, T-H.) 2008 Science, 319 (5867), pp. 1238-1240 Link
1021 Application of Hydrogen Marine Systems in High-speed Container Transport. (Veldhuis I.) 2007 PhD Thesis University of Southampton
1098 Estimates of oil entering the marine environment from sea based activities. (GESAMP -Joint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental Protection) 2007 International Maritime Organisation (IMO)
1208 Recreational boat pollution: A study in to the attitudes, behaviour and polluting activities of the recreational boating sector within the Solent region. (Parker M J) 2007 MSc Thesis University of Southampton
1215 Research into Alternative Fuels and Engine Systems in Recreational Vessels. (May H., Anderton K.) 2007 The Green Blue
1338 The performance and the gaseous emissions of two small marine craft diesel engines fuelled with biodiesel. (Roskilly, A.P., Nanda, S.K., Wang, Y.D. & Chikowski, J.) 2007 Applied Thermal Engineering, 28 (8-9) pp. 872-880   Link
1095 Environmental, economic, and energetic costs and benefits of biodiesel and ethanol biofuels. (Hill J., Nelson E., Tilman D., Polasky S., Tiffany D.) 2006 Procedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 103 (30) pp.11206–11210 
1305 Microbial fuel cells: novel microbial physiologies and engineering approaches. (Lovley D. R.) 2006 Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 17 (3) pp.327-332  Link
1284 From hydrocarbon to hydrogen–carbon to hydrogen economy. (Muradov, N. Z. & Veziro lu, T. N.) 2005   Link
1287 Fuel cell power for maritime applications. (Kickulies, M.) 2005 Fuel Cells Bulletin, 2005 (9) pp. 12-15  
1334 Underwater emissions from a two-stroke outboard engine: a comparison between an EAL and an equivalent mineral lubricant. (Kelly C.A., Ayoko G.A., Brown R.J., Swaroop C.R.) 2005 Materials & Design,  26 (7), pp. 609-617 Link
1162 Methodology for calculating emissions from ships: 1. Update of emission factors. (Cooper, D and Gustafsson, T) 2004 Swedish Environmental Protection Agency
1191 Pollution Prevention Guidelines PPG2: Above round oil storage tanks. (Environment Agency) 2004 Environment Agency
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1001 A feasibility study of using biodiesel in recreational boats in the UK. (Zhou, P., Fet, A., Michelsen, O., Fet, K.) 2003 Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part M: Journal of Engineering for the Maritime Environment 217  149-158 149-158
1091 Environmental Impact Assessment of Petrol Usage. (Zhou, P., Fet, A., Michelsen, O., Fet, K.)


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1214 Removal of oils and organic compounds from water and air with Mycelx  HRM (Hydrocarbon removal matrix) technology. (Removal of oils and organic compounds from water and air with Mycelx  HRM (Hydrocarbon removal matrix) technology) 2003  
1235 The Environmental Pain of Pleasure Boating. (Fields S.) 2003 Environmental Health Perspectives 111 (4) pp.216-223
1259 An investigation of using biodiesel/marine diesel blends on the performance of a stationary diesel engine. (Kalligeros, S., Zannikos, F., Stournas, S., Lois, E., Anastopoulos, G., Teas, Ch. & Sakellaropoulos, F.) 2003 Biomass and Bioenergy, 24 (2) pp. 141-149   Link
1093 Environmental Performance and Eco-Efficiency of Using Biodiesel in Recreational Boats. (Fet A. M. and Zhou P. L.) 2002 ENSUS 2002
1170 New boat engine is environmentally-friendly. (Heathcote, J) 2002  
1325 The direct carbonate fuel cell technology: advances in multi-fuel processing and internal reforming. (Katikaneni, S., Yuh, C., Abens, S. & Farooque, M.) 2002 Catalysis Today, 77 (1-2) pp. 99 - 106   Link
1179 Oil care on your boat. (Environment Agency) 2000 Environment Agency
1152 Marine Biodiesel in Recreational Boats. (von Wedel R.) 1999 Marine Biodiesel and Education Project for San Francisco Bay and Northern California
1092 Environmental impacts of pleasure craft oil spills.  With special reference to southern California coastal marinas. (Johnson L.T. ) 1998 University of California Cooperative Extention; Sea Grant Extension Program
1122 Impact of oil and related chemicals on the marine environment. (GESAMP) 1993 GESAMP Reports and Studies No. 50
1033 Biodegradable lubricants. (Environment Agency)   Environment Agency
1036 Boater Fact Sheet: Oil and Fuel. What you can do to prevent oil and fuel pollution from yor boat. (California Coastal Commission)   California Coastal Commission
1039 Boating clean and green in California: Preventing fuel and oil spills. (California Coastal Commission)   California Coastal Commission
1108 Follow the Oil Care Code. (Environment Agency)   Environment Agency
1113 Grow your own bunkers: Farming for greener fuel. (Marshall, R.)   The Yacht Report issue 86 pp. 115-117
1163 Modeling and Dynamics of a Fuel Cell Combined Heat Power System for Marine Applications. (Tsourapas V., Sun J., Stefanopoulou A.)   Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, University Of Michigan
1200 Power supply for sailing yachts - fuel cell technology with LPG as a user friendly application. (Beckhaus P., Burfeind J., Dokupil M., Heinzel A., Lienhard S., Mehnert K., Souzani S., Spitta C.)    
1131 Keep yellow out of the blue: avoid a cyanotic planet. (Hamann, H.)    
1201 Preventing discharge of contaminated bilgewater. (Alper, H)