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Biotransformation Rates of the Butoxyethyl Ester of 2,4-D by Bottom and Surface Aufwuchs.
Chemical-specific parameters for toxicity characteristic contaminants /
Community structure, nutrient dynamics, and the degradation of diethyl phthalate in aquatic laboratory microcosms
Criteria for Evaluating the Reliability of Literature Data on Environmental Process Constants (Journal Version).
Derivation of Fluorometric Chlorophyll and Pheophytin Equations (Journal Version).
Effects of Atrazine on Aquatic Ecosystems: A Physical and Mathematical Modeling Assessment.
Effects of Atrazine on Periphyton Communities in Controlled Laboratory Ecosystems.
Environmental fate constants for additional 27 organic chemicals under consideration for EPA's hazardous waste identification projects /
Environmental fate constants for organic chemicals under consideration for EPA's hazardous waste identification rule (HWIR) /
Estimate of the Variability in Biotransformation Kinetics of Xenobiotics in Natural Waters by Aufwuchs Communities.
Fate Constant Data Program.
Fate of Methyl Parathion in Aquatic Channel Microcosms.
FATE, the Environmental Fate Constants Information Database.
Nutrient Limitation and Adaption of Microbial Populations to Chemical Transformations.
Physical and Mathematical Modeling of Nitrification in a Lotic System.
Predicting 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid Ester Transformation Rates in Periphyton-Dominated Ecosystems.
Predicting the Rate of Trace-Organic Compound Removal by Natural Biofilms.
Problems Associated with Published Environmental Fate Data.
Transport and Fate of Diethyl Phthalate in Aquatic Ecosystems.
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