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Acclimation of fish to low oxygen /
Adaptation of J. R. Hunters one-dimensional model to the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal system
Additional statistics on the dimensions of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries : cross-section widths and segment volumes per meter depth
Anaerobic Degradation of Chloroaromatic Compounds in Aquatic Sediments under a Variety of Enrichment Conditions.
Baltimore Harbor study : final report
Biodegradation of Trichloroethylene and Involvement of an Aromatic Biodegradative Pathway.
Biological and Abiotic Degradation of Xenobiotic Compounds in Vitro Estaurine Water and Sediment/Water Systems.
Biotic and Abiotic Degradation Rates of Methyl Parathion in Freshwater and Estuarine Water and Sediment Samples.
Characterization of Anaerobic Dechlorinating Consortia Derived from Aquatic Sediments.
Chromium Biotreatment in Soil, Chapter 6.
Comparison of the physical processes of movement and dispersion of an introduced contaminant in the Severn River, the Magothy River and the Chesapeake Bay off Sandy Point
Computation of the longitudinal salinity distribution in the Delaware estuary for various degrees of river inflow regulation
Design and location of a diffuser outfall for a municipal waste discharge at Ocean City, Maryland
Design and siting criteria for once-through cooling systems based on a first-order thermal plume model /
Dibutylphthalate Degradation in Estuarine and Freshwater Sites.
Distribution of contaminants and excess heat in the Bush River and Romney Creek from the proposed Perryman Electric Power Plant.
Effects of Adaptation on Biodegradation Rates in Sediment/Water Cores from Estuarine and Freshwater Environments.
Effects of Kepone on Estuarine Microorganisms.
Effects of Lugworms and Seagrass on Kepone (Trade Name) (Chlordecone) Distribution in Sediment/Water Laboratory Systems.
Fate of Fenthion in Salt-Marsh Environments: 1. Factors Affecting Biotic and Abiotic Degradation Rates in Water and Sediment.
Final report to the U.S. Public Health Service Department of Health, Education & Welfare on contract PH 86-62-79
Fisheries vs the exploitation of the nonextractive resources in estuaries.
Hydrography of the Chesapeake and Delaware canal /
Induction conductivity temperature indicator
Interdependent Microcosms for the Assessment of Pollutants in the Marine Environment.
Metals in Baltimore Harbor and Upper Chesapeake Bay and their accumulation by oysters phase I /
Microbial Toxicity Studies.
On the prediction of the distribution of excess temperature from a heated discharge in an estuary
Perspective on the Role of Microcosms in Environmental Fate and Effects Assessments.
Phenylacetic Acid Metabolism by Three Aquatic Bacteria Isolated from Continuous Culture Enrichments.
Physical and chemical hydrography of the Magothy River
Physical structure, circulation, and mixing in a coastal plain estuary : technical report III
Proceedings of the workshop : biodegradation kinetics : Navarre Beach, Florida, 18-20 October 1983 /
Proceedings of the Workshop : Microbial Degradation of Pollutants in Marine Environments, Pensacola Beach, Florida, 9-14 April 1978 /
Proceedings of the Workshop--Microbial Degradation of Pollutants in Marine Environments, Pensacola Beach, Florida, 9-14 April 1978 /
Reduction and analysis data from the James River operation oyster spat
Results of a preliminary study of the fluorescent background problem.
Review of our present knowledge of the dynamics and flushing of estuaries
Salinity distribution and circulation in the Chesapeake Bay estuarine system
Shake-Flask Test for Estimation of Biodegradability of Toxic Organic Substances in the Aquatic Environment.
Study of flushing in the Delaware model by D.W. Pritchard.
Study of the movement and diffusion of an introduced contaminant in New York Harbor waters
Study of the salt balance in a coastal plain estuary
The Chesapeake Bay Institute conductivity-temperature-indicator (CBI-CTI) /
Use of Microcosms for Evaluation of Interactions between Pollutants and Microorganisms.
Verification and use of a numerical model of the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal /
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