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Examination of the Factors that Control Methylmercury Production and Bioaccumulation in Maryland Reservoirs.
Experiments on Wave Breaking in Stratified Flow over Obstacles.
Exposure Factors Handbook: 2009 Update.
Introduction to the digital analysis of stationary signals
Obstacle Drag and Upstream Motions in Stratified Flow.
Obstacle Drag in Stratified Flow.
Perspectives on Chesapeake Bay : nitrogen dynamics in forested lands of the Chesapeake Basin /
Removal of Slightly Heavy Gases from a Valley by Crosswinds.
Stably stratified flows flow and dispersion over topography : based on the proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Stably Stratified Flows, organized by the Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications and held at the University of Surrey in September, 1992 /
Stratified Flow over Three-Dimensional Ridges.
Structure of Strongly Stratified Flow over Hills: Dividing-Streamline Concept.
Upstream Motions in Stratified Flow (Journal Version).
Wind direction effects on dispersion from sources downwind of steep hills /
Wind Tunnel Study of Dispersion from Sources Downwind of Three-Dimensional Hills.
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