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Biological Methods for Determining Toxicity of Contaminated Freshwater Sediments to Invertebrates.
Effects of Fine Sediments on Growth of Juvenile Coho Salmon in Laboratory Stream.
Effects of forest fertilization with urea on major biological components of small cascade streams, Oregon /
Effects of Sample Storage on a Copper-Spiked Freshwater Sediment.
Effects of Urbanization and Stormwater Runoff on the Food Quality in Two Salmonid Streams.
Laboratory Sediment Toxicity Tests, Sediment Chemistry and Distribution of Benthic Macroinvertebrates in Sediments from the Keweenaw Waterway, Michigan.
Limnological Comparison of Culturally Eutrophic Shagawa Lake and Adjacent Oligotrophic Burntside Lake, Minnesota.
Limnology of Shagawa Lake, Minnesota, Prior to Reduction of Phosphorus Loading.
Reponse of eutrophic Shagawa Lake, Minnesota, USA, to point-source, phosphorus reduction /
Summer Internal Phosphorus Supplies in Shagawa Lake, Minnesota.
The Shagawa Lake Project : lake restoration by nutrient removal from wastewater effluent /
Toxicity of Cadmium in Water and Sediment Slurries to 'Daphnia magna'.
Toxicity of Sediments from Three Metal-Contaminated Areas.
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