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A feasibility analysis of incinerator systems for restoration of oil contaminated beaches /
Bacterial water quality standards for recreational waters, freshwater and marine waters : status report.
EPA's BEACH report : 2005 swimming season /
Evaluation of selected earthmoving equipment for the restoration of oil-contaminated beaches.
National health protection survey of beaches : 2000 swimming season.
National list of beaches 2010 /
Recent accomplishments of the BEACH watch program : 1998 update.
Review of potential modeling tools and approaches to support the beach program.
Testing the waters 2006 : a guide to water quality at vacation beaches /
Testing the waters IV : the unsolved problem of U.S. beach pollution /
The beach and your coastal watershed.
Time-relevant beach and recreational water quality monitoring and reporting.
Your coastal watershed.
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