By C. Hellio, D. Yebra
A precis of present learn and its useful implications, this ebook discusses marine fouling organisms and their effect, trying out and improvement of antifouling coatings, advancements in chemically-active marine antifouling applied sciences, and new floor methods to the regulate of marine biofouling. It offers an authoritative assessment of contemporary advances in knowing the biology of fouling organisms, the newest advancements on antifouling screening concepts either within the box and within the laboratory, learn on more secure lively compounds and the development on unhazardous coatings with tailored floor houses.
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