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Advanced Treatment Approaches for Metal Finishing Wastewaters. Part I.
Compartment Model Approaches for Estimating the Parameters of a Chronic Disease Process under Changing Risk Factor Exposures.
Design Stream Flows Based on Harmonic Means.
Development of Cost Equations for GAC Treatment Systems (Paper 22509).
Disjunctive kriging 3. Cokriging /
Estimation of maximum surface concentrations from sources near complex terrain in neutral flow /
Ground-Water Transport from Wastewater Infiltration.
Large-Scale Natural Gradient Tracer Test in Sand and Gravel, Cape Cod, Massachusetts 3, Hydraulic Conductivity Variability and Calculated Macrodispersivities.
Planetary Metabolism: Understanding the Carbon Cycle.
Predicting Chronic Lethality of Chemicals to Fishes from Acute Toxicity Test Data: Concepts and Linear Regression Analysis. (Hazard Assessment).
Recursive Parameter Estimation of Hydrologic Models.
Sensitivity of Travel Cost Estimates of Recreation Demand to the Functional Form and Definition of Origin Zones.
Utility of Buoyant Plume Models in Predicting the Initial Dilution of Drilling Fluids. Chapter 13.
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