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Master of Arts in Marine Affairs
During the late 1960's and early 1970's several significant pieces of environmental legislation were enacted. These pieces of legislation were designed to restore, improve, preserve and protect our natural resources. The legislation with the most impact on the United State Navy and Naval vessels has been the Federal Water Pollution Control Act. In order to meet the statutory requirements of the Clean Water Act, the United States Navy had to embark on a program to: modify existing vessels with Marine Sanitation Devices (MSD's) and install such devices on new construction ships.
Fidyk, William G., "The Impact of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act on the Discharge of Sanitary Waste from United States Navy Ships" (1981). Theses and Major Papers. Paper 77.