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A paleolimnological comparison of Burntside and Shagawa Lakes, Northeastern Minnesota /
Assessing Trends in Fishery Resources and Lake Water Aluminum from Paleolimnological Analyses of Siliceous Algae.
Checklist for Describing and Documenting Diatom and Chrysophyte Calibration Data Sets and Equations for Inferring Water Chemistry.
Chemical and biological dynamics in two solution lakes : final report to the United States Department of the Interior, Federal Water Pollution Control Administration /
Diatoms: Powerful Indicators of Environmental Change.
Effects of Acidic Deposition on North American Lakes: Palaeolimnological Evidence from Diatoms and Chrysophytes.
How Much Acidification Has Occurred in Adirondack Region Lakes (New York, USA) since Preindustrial Times.
Introduction to paleolimnology,
Monitoring Environmental Changes in Lakes Using Algal Microfossils.
Palaeolimnology of the Bay of Quinte, Lake Ontario : 2800 years of cultural influence /
PIRLA 2 Project: Regional Assessment of Lake Acidification Trends.
PIRLA DBMS Quick Reference Guide.
Proceedings of a Workshop on Paleolimological Studies of the History and Effects of Acid Precipitation : held on May 23-25, 1984, Samoset Hotel, Rockland, Maine /
Quantification of Changes in Lakewater Chemistry in Response to Acidic Deposition.
Tracking environmental change using lake sediments.
Variability in Diatom and Chrysophyte Assemblages and Inferred pH: Paleolimnological Studies of Big Moose Lake, New York, USA.
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