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Argentum International Conference Proceedings (3rd): Transport, Fate and Effects of Silver in the Environment. Held in Washington, DC. on August 6-9, 1995.
Atmospheric Chemistry of PCBs and PAHs. Volume 9.
Atmospheric fluxes and geochemistries of stable Pb, Pb-210, and Po-210 in Crystal Lake, Wisconsin /
Atmospheric Fluxes and Geochemistries of Stable Pb, Pb-210, and Po-210 in Crystal Lake, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Power Plant Impact Study.
Distribution of mercury in rivers and estuaries of the northern Gulf of Mexico progress report to the Environmental Protection Agency /
Effect of Ash Disposal Ponds on Groundwater Quality at a Coal-Fired Power Plant.
Emissions of Vapor-Phase Fluorine and Ammonia from the Columbia Coal-Fired Power Plant.
IJC Menomonee River Watershed Study: Atmospheric Chemistry of Lead and Phosphorus. Volume 8.
Relationships Between Pb and 210 Pb in Aerosol and Precipitation at a Semiremote Site in Northern Wisconsin.
Silver in the environment : transport, fate, and effects /
Variability of Particulate Trace Element Emissions from the Columbia Coal-Fired Power Plant, Portage, Wisconsin.
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