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Accuracy and reliability of CEMS Subpart Da (electric utilities) facilities
Acute and Subchronic Toxicity of Pentachlorobenzene.
Artificial Sediments for Use in Tests with Wetland Plants.
Design and Operation of Belt Filter Presses.
Design Information Report: Protection of Wastewater Lagoon Interior Slopes.
Dissolved air flotation : laboratory and pilot plant investigations /
Effects of Organotins on Growth and Survival of Two Marine Diatoms, 'Skeletonema costatum' and 'Thalassiosira pseudonana'.
Evaluation and Mitigation of Visible Acidic Aerosol Plumes from Coal Fired Power Boilers.
Evaluation of lime/limestone sludge disposal options /
Inhibition of Arm Regeneration by 'Ophioderma brevispina' (Echinodermata, Ophiuroidea) by Tributylin Oxide.
Lugworm ('Arenicola cristata') Larvae in Toxicity Tests: Survival and Development When Exposed to Organotins.
Offspring Mortality and Maternal Lung Pathology in Female Rats Fed Hexachlorobenzene.
Responses of Wetland Plants to Effluents in Water and Sediment.
Synthetic Substrata for Propagation and Testing of Soil and Sediment Organisms.
Toxicity Tests of Effluents with Marsh Plants in Water and Sediment.
Use of Marsh Plants for Toxicity Testing of Water and Sediment.
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