Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II

Yıl: 2019 Cilt: 6 Sayı: 2 Sayfa Aralığı: 213 - 224 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.30897/jegeo.579066 İndeks Tarihi: 16-05-2020

Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II

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Oil pollution from ships is an important source of marine pollution and becomes an important problem all over the world. For thisreason, every effort should be made to prevent oil spills and to remove them effectively as soon as pollution has emerged. In thisrespect, various computer simulations are used to get well informed about the fate of spilled oil on the seawater. In this study, thegrounding accident of ship M/V Lady Tuna causing 75 tons of fuel spills into the sea on December 18, 2016, close to the coast ofÇesme in Turkey, was investigated. The aim of the study is to investigate the oil spill accident and evaluate the response operation ofM/V Lady Tuna. To achieve this aim, firstly the reports related to the accident were examined and the response operation was evaluatedby modelling of the M/V Lady Tuna accident with PISCES II (Potential Incident Simulation, Control and Evaluation System) simulator.Within this scope, two scenarios were prepared by using PISCES II. The first scenario was created without any response resources toobserve the movement direction of the oil slick after the accident. The second scenario was reconstructed with the possible responseresources after the oil spill. Through simulation, it was possible to obtain the oil spill/pollution statistics; such as the recovered oil rate,the amount of stranded oil to the coast, the amount of floating oil rate, and other oil spill parameters. As a result, it was evaluated thatthe oil pollution in the M/V Lady Tuna accident could be responded more effectively and the pollution could be much less. It is assessedthat the study will contribute to organizations involved in oil spill response operations.
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Konular: Biyoloji Arkeoloji Su Kaynakları Jeokimya ve Jeofizik Çevre Bilimleri Ekoloji Jeoloji Meteoroloji ve Atmosferik Bilimler Biyoloji Çeşitliliğinin Korunması Oşinografi
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APA Aydın D, SOLMAZ M (2019). Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II. , 213 - 224. 10.30897/jegeo.579066
Chicago Aydın Deniz,SOLMAZ MURAT SELCUK Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II. (2019): 213 - 224. 10.30897/jegeo.579066
MLA Aydın Deniz,SOLMAZ MURAT SELCUK Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II. , 2019, ss.213 - 224. 10.30897/jegeo.579066
AMA Aydın D,SOLMAZ M Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II. . 2019; 213 - 224. 10.30897/jegeo.579066
Vancouver Aydın D,SOLMAZ M Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II. . 2019; 213 - 224. 10.30897/jegeo.579066
IEEE Aydın D,SOLMAZ M "Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II." , ss.213 - 224, 2019. 10.30897/jegeo.579066
ISNAD Aydın, Deniz - SOLMAZ, MURAT SELCUK. "Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II". (2019), 213-224. https://doi.org/10.30897/jegeo.579066
APA Aydın D, SOLMAZ M (2019). Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II. International Journal of Environment and Geoinformatics, 6(2), 213 - 224. 10.30897/jegeo.579066
Chicago Aydın Deniz,SOLMAZ MURAT SELCUK Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II. International Journal of Environment and Geoinformatics 6, no.2 (2019): 213 - 224. 10.30897/jegeo.579066
MLA Aydın Deniz,SOLMAZ MURAT SELCUK Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II. International Journal of Environment and Geoinformatics, vol.6, no.2, 2019, ss.213 - 224. 10.30897/jegeo.579066
AMA Aydın D,SOLMAZ M Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II. International Journal of Environment and Geoinformatics. 2019; 6(2): 213 - 224. 10.30897/jegeo.579066
Vancouver Aydın D,SOLMAZ M Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II. International Journal of Environment and Geoinformatics. 2019; 6(2): 213 - 224. 10.30897/jegeo.579066
IEEE Aydın D,SOLMAZ M "Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II." International Journal of Environment and Geoinformatics, 6, ss.213 - 224, 2019. 10.30897/jegeo.579066
ISNAD Aydın, Deniz - SOLMAZ, MURAT SELCUK. "Modelling of the Oil Spill in M/V LADY TUNA Accident and the Evaluation of the Response Operation in Simulated Condition with PISCES II". International Journal of Environment and Geoinformatics 6/2 (2019), 213-224. https://doi.org/10.30897/jegeo.579066