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Biological remediation of contaminated sediments with special emphasis on the Great Lakes : report of a workshop, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, July 17-19, 1990 /
Chemical-specific parameters for toxicity characteristic contaminants /
Degration of Selected Halogenated Ethanes in Anoxic Sediment-Water Systems.
Distribution of Hydrophobic Ionogenic Organic Compounds between Octanol and Water: Organic Acids.
Modeling soil-water distribution of aromatic amines in water saturated soil systems /
Sediment- and Saturated-Soil-Associated Reactions Involving an Anionic Surfactant (Dodecylsulfate). 1. Precipitation and Micelle Formation.
Sediment- and Saturated-Soil-Associated Reactions Involving an Anionic Surfactant (Dodecylsulfate). 2. Partition of PAH Compounds among Phases.
Solubilization of Non-Polar Compounds by Non-Ionic Surfactant Micelles.
Sorption of Organic Acid Compounds to Sediments: Initial Model Development.
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