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Comparison between Zeeman and Continuum Background Correction for Graphite Furnace AAS on Environmental Samples.
Degradation of jet fuel hydrocarbons by aquatic microbial communities
Effects of selected wastewater chlorination products and captan on marine algae /
Effects, uptake, and metabolism of methoxychlor, mirex, and 2,4-D in seaweeds
Effects, Uptake, and Metabolism of Methoxychlor, Mirex, and 2,4-D in Seaweeds.
Evaluation of Modifications to Extraction Procedures Used in Analysis of Environmental Samples from Superfund Sites.
Field Study of the Chemical Degradation of Paraquat Dichloride Following Simulated Spillage on Soil.
Ground water management in the southeastern United States : final report /
Methyl Parathion Persistence in Soil Following Simulated Spillage.
Persistence of Methyl and Ethyl Parathion Following Spillage on Concrete Surfaces.
Potential Exposure to Diazinon during Yard Applications.
Potential Exposure to Dislodgable Residues after Application of Two Formulations of Methyl Parathion to Apple Trees.
Robotics technology in environmental sample preparation.
Some Problems Related to Cleanup of Parathion-Contaminated Surfaces Following Spillage.
Superfund technical support for monitoring and site assessment : fiscal year 1989 /
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