Public Deliverables

D1.1 Report on Aerial Surveillance and Information Gathering Systems PU
D1.2 Report on Open sea and near shore emergency response to oil spills PU
D1.3 Report on Patent and Literature Review on Dispersants PU
D1.4 Report on Patent and Literature Review on Bioremediation Agents PU
D1.6 Report on Previous Oil Spill Incidents and Efficiency of Mitigation Measures PU
D1.7 Report on Future trends in combating oil spills PU
D2.1 First validation report of the Kill●Spill Chip PU
D2.5 Community metabolic network analysis report performed on reference samples PU
D2.6 New isomer-based methods for monitoring bioremediation PU
D2.7 New chemical fingerprinting method for detailed monitoring of changes in >40 groups of alkanes and alkylated PACs PU
D2.8 Carbon and hydrogen isotopic enrichment factors for different PACs as a basis to monitor their degradation PU
D2.9 Improved variants of the TodS sensor adapted to recognize high molecular weight PHAs PU
D3.4 Strain(s) with ability for biosurfactant production and suitability for large scale production and possible application to the environment PU
D3.10 Knowledge of the parameters necessary to maximise biosurfactant production in selected microorganism PU
D3.9 An evaluation of novel dispersants; surface characterization in presence of oil and dispersant PU
D4.1 Report on isolated strains/consortia and biostimulants PU
D4.2 Report on the characterization of high-pressure adapted bacterial communities PU
D4.4 Report on the application of the obtained agents to Ex-situ bioaugmentation treatment of sand PU
D4.5 Delivery of a “Metabolic Atlas” of the best-performing experimental setup and the high pressure reactor PU
D4.7 Comprehensive database of all strains, additives, formulations as well as ready-to-use information about suitable application cases PU
D5.1 Report on factors affecting hydrocarbons biodegradation under sulphate- reducing conditions PU
D5.2 Report on infaunal changes to oil-polluted sediment in meso/ microcosms PU
D5.3 Report on the enhancement of sediment hydrocarbons bioavailability and biodegradability with biogenic mobilising agents and microbial surfactants PU
D5.4 Report on the different formulations of oxygen releasing compounds towards hydrocarbon biodegradation in sediment PU
D5.5 Report of factors affecting the performance of sequestering sorbents PU
D5.6 Report on integrated infauna- geochemistry- microbial results in microcosms PU
D5.7 Report on the application of a modular sediment remediation system and clean up strategies  PU
D5.8 Report on the delivery of surfactants to sediment with surfactant releasing formulations PU
D5.9 Report on the applicability of various bioelectro approaches to sediment remediation  PU
D6.4 Report on microbial biodegradation performance of small-scale boom prototypes PU
D6.6 Protocol on performance of the boom in different climatic conditions PU
D7.4 Report on the eco-toxicological effects of the new products PU
D7.5 Report on the effects of the new products on the benthic assemblages PU
D7.6 Report on the effects of the new products on the planktonic food webs PU
D8.1 Mesocosm experimental protocols: bio-stimulation of sediment remediation within modular system PU
D8.2 Mesocosm experimental protocol on the use of Kill●Spill microarray and FISH kits for in situ monitoring of biodegradation efficiency within operated modular system PU
D8.3 Report on use of macrofauna-induced sediment bioremediation (a) and experimental protocol on bio-electrochemical remediation in mesocosm(b) PU
D8.4 Report on validation and benchmarking of monitoring tools PU
D8.5 Experimental protocol on bioaugmentation/application tests in mesocosm of the most effective developed formulations (adsorbents, surfactants, mesoporous particles, slow release microparticelles, etc.) PU
D8.6 Experimental protocol for ex situ sand treatments PU
D8.7 Two mesocosm experimental protocols on: (a) compound specific isotope and (b) mass balance/weathering analyses to monitor in situ biodegradation efficacy during running tests of bioaugmentation, bioelectrochemical remediation and within modular system PU
D8.8 Report and experimental protocol. Report on best field trials of bio-electrochemical remediation and modular system in mesocosm (a) and  experimental protocols on application of electronic biosensor to continuously monitor in situ the biodegradation efficiency during bioaugmentation tests (b) PU
D8.9 Report on best field trials of bioaugmentation scenario PU
D8.10 Report of a protocol for  mobilization/Involvement in case of on “oil spill” phenomena in natural marine environments PU
D8.11 Report of utilization of response vessels and measured efficiencies of products & technologies during real incidents PU
D8.12 Final report on effectiveness of monitoring tools PU