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Characterization of Suspended Sediments in Water from Selected Watersheds as Related to Control Processes, Nutrient Contents, and Lake Eutrophication.
Chemically Exfoliated Vermiculite for Removal of Phosphate from Wastewaters.
Effect of Secondary Effluents on Eutrophication in Las Vegas Bay, Lake Mead, Nevada.
Energetics of 'Daphnia Ambigua'.
Kinetic model for orthophosphate reactions in mineral soils /
Kinetics and Mechanism of Precipitation and Nature of the Precipitatie Obtained in Phosphate Removal from Waste Water Using Aluminum (III) and Iron (III) Salts.
Phosphate Removal from Waste Waters Using Lanthanum Precipitation.
Phosphorus Removal Using Chemical Coagulation and a Continuous Countercurrent Filtration Process.
Selected irrigation return flow quality abstracts 1972-1973, third annual issue /
Ultimate Disposal of Phosphate from Waste Water by Recovery as Fertilizer.
Water Resources Policy in Wisconsin. Volume II. Appendix. General Supporting Studies. Selection of Phosphorus Removal Alternatives.
Water Resources Policy in Wisconsin. Volume II. General Supporting Studies.
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