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  1 Fluorides 2002
  2 Ecosystems & global climate change : a review of potential impacts on U.S. terrestrial ecosystems and biodiversity / 2000
  3 Lexicon of cave and karst terminology with special reference to environmental karst hydrology. 1999
  4 Effects of Selected Anti-Tumor-Promoting Chemicals on Metabolic Cooperation between Chinese Hamster V79 Cells. 1994
  5 Influence of Sediment Extract Fractionation Methods on Bioassay Results. 1994
  6 Analytical voltammetry 1992
  7 Chemical Induction of Tumors in Oysters by a Mixture of Aromatic and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons, Amines and Metals. 1992
  8 Carcinogenicity of Black Rock Harbor Sediment to the Eastern Oyster and Trophic Transfer of Black Rock Harbor Carcinogens from the Blue Mussel to the Winter Flounder. 1991
  9 Interactive Effects of Aldrin, Cyclohexylamine, 2,4-Diaminotoluene and Two Phorbol Esters on Metabolic Cooperation between V79 Cells. 1991
  10 Application of Biomarkers to Predict Responses of Organisms Exposed to Contaminated Marine Sediments. 1990
  11 In vitro Studies of Chemical Effects on Gap-Junctional Communication: Role of Biotransformation in Toxicant Detection and Use of Assays in Risk Assessment. 1990
  12 Inhibition of Gap-Junctional Intercellular Communication between Chinese Hamster Lung Fibroblasts by Di (2-Ethylhexyl) Phthalate (DEHP) and Trisodium Nitrilotriacetate Monohydrate (NTA). 1989
  13 Potential Role of Bioactivation in Tumor Promotion: Indirect Evidence from Effects of Phenol, Sodium Cyclamate and Their Metabolites on Metabolic Cooperation In vitro. 1987
  14 Effects of Ethanol, Phenol, Formaldehyde, and Selected Metabolites on Metabolic Cooperation between Chinese Hamster V79 Lung Fibroblasts. 1985
  15 Effects of Phorbol Myristate Acetate, Phorbol Dibutyrate, Ethanol, Dimethylsulfoxide, Phenol, and Seven Metabolities of Phenol on Metabolic Cooperation between Chinese Hamster V79 Lung Fibroblasts. 1985
  16 Pyrolysis-Mass Spectrometry/Pattern Recognition on a Well-Characterized Suite of Humic Samples. 1985
  17 Effects of Structurally Diverse Chemicals on Metabolic Cooperation In Vitro. 1984
  18 Analysis of Supersatuated Air in Natural Waters and Reservoirs. 1980
  19 Concentration and fractionation of hydrophobic organic acid constituents from natural waters by liquid chromatography 1979
  20 Applications of computer graphics to integrated environmental assessments of energy systems / 1978
  21 Tracer-test planning using the efficient hydrologic tracer-test design (EHTD) program {microform} / 1978
  22 Antifungal compounds 1977
  23 Comparison of fossil and wood fuels / 1976
  24 Eocene, Oligocene, and Miocene rocks and vertebrate fossils at the Emerald Lake locality, 3 miles south of Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming / 1976
  25 Organic carbon and nitrogen concentrations and annual organic carbon load of six selected rivers of the United States 1976
  26 Physical, chemical, and biological aspects of subsurface organic waste injection near Wilmington, North Carolina 1976
  27 Fractionation and characterization of natural organic matter from certain rivers and soils by free-flow electrophoresis, 1973
  28 Preparative free-flow electrophoresis as a method of fractionation of natural organic materials, 1973
  29 Time and Space Study of Pollutants. 1971
  30 Chemical biology of fishes : with a key to the chemical literature / 1970
  31 Feasibility study of regenerative fibers for water pollution control / 1970
  32 Feasibility study of regenerative fibers for water pollution control {microform} : 1970



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