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Chemical and Biotic Characteristics of Two Low-Alkalinity Lakes in Northern Wisconsin: Relation to Atmospheric Deposition.
Mercury in the St. Louis River, Mississippi River, Crane Lake, and Sand Point Lake: Cycling, Distribution, and Sources. Report to the Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources.
Mercury Deposition and Sources for the Upper Great Lakes Region.
Airborne Mercury Deposition and Watershed Characteristics in Relation to Mercury Concentrations in Water, Sediments, Plankton, and Fish of Eighty Northern Minnesota Lakes.
Factors Influencing Mercury Concentrations in Walleyes in Northern Wisconsin Lakes.
New Source Identification of Mercury Contamination in the Great Lakes.
Things to Consider When Assessing Municipal Impacts for Remedial Action on a Lake Superior Estuary.
Acid Rain Clouds Over the Midwest: Impacts on Waters.
Changes in Conductivity, Alkalinity, Calcium, and pH during a 50-Year Period in Selected Northern Wisconsin Lakes.
Geologic and Atmospheric Input Factors Affecting Watershed Chemistry in Upper Michigan.
Ion Budgets in a Seepage Lake.
Ion and Temperature Dependence of Electrical Conductance for Natural Waters.
Airborne Mercury in Precipitation in the Lake Superior Region.
Empirical Models for Lake Acidification in the Upper Great Lakes Region.
Ionic Composition of Acid Lakes in Relation to Airborne Inputs and Watershed Characteristics.
Lake Resources at Risk to Acidic Deposition in the Upper Midwest.
Role of Precipitation Chemistry Versus Other Watershed Properties in Wisconsin Lake Acidification.
Acid Deposition and Watershed Characteristics in Relation to Lake Chemistry in Northeastern Minnesota.
Implications of a Gradient in Acid and Ion Deposition across the Northern Great Lakes States.
Modeling Impacts of Acid Precipitation for Northeastern Minnesota.
Quantitative Analysis of Aqueous Species Using Raman Spectrometry and Equilibrium Model Calculations.
U.S./Canada Aquatic Impacts Assessment: Integration of Experimental Studies, Monitoring and Modeling of Acidic Deposition Effects.
Susceptibility of Aquatic and Terrestrial Resources of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan to Impacts from Acid Precipitation: Informational Requirements.
U.S./Canada Aquatic Impacts Assessment: Integration of Experimental Studies, Monitoring and Modeling of Acid Deposition Effects.
Hydrologic Control of Lake Susceptibility to Acidification.
Effects of Acid Precipitation in North America.
Anodic Stripping Voltammetry at a Mercury Film Electrode: Baseline Concentrations of Cadmium, Lead, and Copper in Selected Natural Waters.
Evaluation of Cartridge Filters for Removal of Small Fibers from Drinking Water.
Relationships of Activities of Metal-Ligand Species to Aquatic Toxicity.
Organic Contaminants - Lake Huron.
Residues of PCB's and DDT in the Western Lake Superior Ecosystem.
Effects of Inorganic Complexing on the Toxicity of Copper to 'Daphnia magna'.
Isolation and Identification of Polychlorinated Styrenes in Great Lakes Fish.
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