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Analytical Tools for Groundwater Pollution Assessment.
Characteristic Solution to Nitrate Transport and Fate in Ground Water in Agricultural Watersheds.
Estimation of Groundwater Pollution Potential by Pesticides in Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain Watersheds.
Evaluation of sediment transport models and comparative application of two watershed models [electronic resource] /
Hydraulic Analysis on Stream-Aquifer Interaction by Storage Function Models.
Hydrogeologic foundations in support of ecosystem restoration : base-flow loadings of nitrate in mid-Atlantic agricultural watersheds /
Impact of urbanization on the hydrology of Pocono Creek Watershed a model study / [electronic resource] :
Leaching Models for Subsurface Pollution Assessments in Agroecosystems.
Modification of Stream Flow Routing for Bank Storage.
Pesticide Leaching Analytical Model and GIS-Based Application in Agricultural Watersheds.
TMDL model evaluation and research needs [electronic resource] /
Uncertainty in Leaching Potential of Nonpoint Source Pollutants with Application to a GIS.
Watershed management tool for selection and spatial allocation of nonpoint source pollution control practices [electronic resource] /
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