Sediments definition

Sediments means matter settled out of Ballast Water within a ship.
Sediments means any matter settled out of ballast water within a vessel.
Sediments means matter settled out of ballast water within a ship;”.

Examples of Sediments in a sentence

  • Sediments were filtered at 0.2 µm within 24h of sampling and freeze dried back in the lab.

  • Structure of Subsurface Sediments in the Scan Basin (Scotia Sea).

  • Sediments function as an important sink for PFRs. In general, biota (crab, mussel, fish and birds) had low levels of PFRs, expect trout from Lake Mjøsa which had high levels of TPhP (average 16 ng/g ww, min <0.16, max 44 ng/g ww).

  • Sediments were freeze dried and extracted with ASE (dichloromethane:acetone).

  • In: Soil And Sediments Remediation, Mechanisms, Technologies and Applications, Chapter 15, p.289-307, (Lens, P., Grotenhuis, T., Malina, G., Tabak, H., Eds), IWA Publishing (2005).


More Definitions of Sediments

Sediments means any natural or artificial materials which constitute all or part of the banks, bed or bottom of an intermittent or perennial surface water.
Sediments means any matter settled out of ballast water
Sediments means matters settled out of ballast water within a ship
Sediments means matter settled out of ballast water within a ship.
Sediments means any matter settled out of bal- last water within a vessel.
Sediments means matters settled out of Ballast Water within a vessel;
Sediments means matter settled out of Ballast Water within a ship;