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Acute Toxicity, Bioconcentration, and Persistence of AC 222,705, Benthiocarb, Chlorpyrifos, Fenvalerate, Methyl Parathion, and Permethrin in the Estuarine Environment.
Benthic macrofaunal community structure in ocean dredged material disposal sites in Louisiana : preliminary analysis /
Diver training curriculum
Diver training curriculum /
Ecologic Impact of the Interactions Among Microorganisms and Aquatic Contaminants in Lake Erie. Phase III. Parts 5, 6, and 7.
Ecologic Impact of the Interactions Among Microorganisms and Aquatic Contaminents in Lake Erie, Phase I and Phase II.
Effects of Sodium Pentachlorophenate on Several Estuarine Animals: Toxicity, Uptake, and Depuration.
Heptachlor: Uptake, Depuration, Retention, and Metabolism by Spot, 'Leiostomus xanthurus'.
Kepone (Trademark) Bioconcentration, Accumulation, Loss, and Transfer through Estuarine Food Chains.
Kepone: Toxicity and Bioaccumulation in Blue Crabs.
Nuclear forensic analysis /
Sediment capping and natural recovery : contaminant transport fundamentals with applications to sediment caps /
Selective analytical partitioning of sediments to evaluate potential mobility of chemical constituents during dredging and disposal operations /
Uptake and Toxicity of Toxaphene in Several Estuarine Organisms.
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