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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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