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Analytical Tools for Groundwater Pollution Assessment.
Artificial Sediments for Use in Tests with Wetland Plants.
Evaluation of a Coupled Land-Surface and Dry Deposition Model through Comparison to Field Measurements of Surface Heat, Moisture, and Ozone Fluxes.
Genetically Engineered Plants in the Environment:Applications and Issues.
Influence of adverse soil conditions on the formation and function of arbuscular mycorrhizae /
Leaching Models for Subsurface Pollution Assessments in Agroecosystems.
Modeling stomatal response to atmospheric humidity /
PRZM-2, a model for predicting pesticide fate in the crop root and unsaturated soil zones : users manual for release 2.0 /
Restored riparian buffers as tools for ecosystem restoration in the MAIA : processes, endpoints, and measures of success for water, soil, flora and fauna /
Retrieval of geophysical parameters with integrated modeling of land surfaces and atmosphere : models/inversion algorithms, summary report /
Role of Soil Organic Acids in Mineral Weathering Processes (Chapter 6).
Sewage Disposal on Agricultural Soils: Chemical and Microbiological Implications. Volume I. Chemical Implications.
Simulation model for watershed management planning
Spodosol Variability and Assessment of Response to Acidic Deposition.
Stress Interactions and Mycorrhizal Plant Response: Understanding Carbon Allocation Priorities.
Uncertainty in Leaching Potential of Nonpoint Source Pollutants with Application to a GIS.
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