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Anne Arundel County, geology, mineral resources, land modification, and shoreline conditions
Biological Detoxification Research: Potential Uses for a Fungal Species.
Bioremediation Treatability Trials Using Nutrient Application to Enhance Cleanup of Oil Contaminated Shoreline.
Color aerial stereograms of selected coastal areas of the United States
Emissions from processes producing clean fuels /
Enhancement of Biodegradation of Alaskan Weathered Crude Oil Components by Indigenous Microbiota with the Use of Fertilizers and Nutrients.
Field Evaluation of the Lignin-Degrading Fungus 'Phanerochaete sordida' to Treat Creosote-Contaminated Soil.
Nutrient Movement through Beach Media: Problems and Field Results Application to Enhance Cleanup of Oil Contaminated Shoreline.
Open Space as an Air Resource Management Measure. Volume II: Design Criteria.
Potential environmental impacts of solar heating and cooling systems /
Solid-Phase Treatment of a Pentachlorophenol-Contaminated Soil Using Lignin-Degrading Fungi.
Special occupational hazard review with control recommendations for the use of ethylene oxide as a sterilant in medical facilities
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