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Application of a Sediment Dynamics Model for Estimation of Vertical Burial Rates of PCBs in Southern Lake Michigan.
Availability of pollutants associated with suspended or settled river sediments which gain access to the Great Lakes /
Biotransformation of Monoaromatic and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons at an Aviation Gasoline Spill Site.
Conceptual design -- 10-tons-per-hour soil-cleaning plant
Distribution and Characterization of PCBs (Polychlorinated Biphenyls) in Lake Michigan Water.
Environmental Factors Affecting Toluene Degradation in Ground Water at a Hazardous Waste Site.
Exposure of Fertilizer Mixing Plant Workers to Disulfoton.
Horizontal and Vertical Distribution of PCBs (Polychlorinated Biphenyls) in Southern Lake Michigan Sediments and the Effect of Waukegan Harbor as a Point Source.
International Joint Commission Menomonee River pilot watershed study : availability of pollutants associated with suspended or settled river sediments which gain access to the Great Lakes /
Persistence of Methyl and Ethyl Parathion Following Spillage on Concrete Surfaces.
Phosphorus uptake and release by Lake Ontario sediments /
Some Problems Related to Cleanup of Parathion-Contaminated Surfaces Following Spillage.
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