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Agricultural insecticide runoff effects on estuarine organisms : correlating laboratory and field toxicity testing with ecotoxicological biomonitoring /
Altered Function and Histology in Guinea Pigs after Inhalation of Diesel Exhaust.
Bioassays on Illinois Waterway dredged material /
Chronic sublethal effects of San Francisco Bay sediments on "Nereis (Neanthes) Arenaceodentata" : nontreatment factors /
Chronic sublethal effects of San Francisco Bay sediments on Nereis (Neanthes) arenaceodentata : bioaccumulation from bedded sediments /
Chronic sublethal effects of San Francisco Bay sediments on Nereis (Neanthes) arenaceodentata : effect of food ration on sediment toxicity /
Chronic sublethal effects of San Francisco Bay sediments on Nereis (Neanthes) arenaceodentata : effect of storage time on sediment toxicity /
Chronic sublethal effects of San Francisco Bay sediments on Nereis (Neanthes) arenaceodentata : full life-cycle exposure to bedded sediments /
Chronic sublethal effects of San Francisco Bay sediments on Nereis (Neanthes) arenaceodentata : interpretative guidance for a growth end point /
Chronic sublethal effects of San Francisco Bay sediments on Nereis (Neanthes) arenaceodentata : partial life-cycle exposure to bedded sediments /
Comparison of working level ratios in houses occupied by smokers and non-smokers /
Development of chronic sublethal bioassay for evaluating contaminated sediment with the marine polychaete worm Nereis (Neanthes) arenaceodentata /
Estimates of population distributions and tailings areas around licensed uranium millsites /
Estimation of Total Nitrogen and Phosphorus in New England Streams using Spatially Referenced Regression Models.
Evaluation of sulfur dioxide emission control options for Iowa power boilers /
Field and Laboratory Toxicity Tests with Shrimp, Mysids, and Sheepshead Minnows Exposed to Fenthion.
Mutagenic Screening of Marker Grenade Dyes by the 'Salmonella' Reversion Assay, L5178Y/TK(+)/(-)Mouse Lymphoma Assay, and In vivo Sister Chromatid Exchange Analysis in Mice (Journal Version).
New Standard Guide for Performing the Mouse Lymphoma Assay for Mammalian Cell Mutagenicity.
Novel Methods for Tracking 'Agrobacterium Radiobacter' k84 and Plasmid-Borne Genes in Agricultural Ecosystems.
Pilot-Plant Investigations of the Adsorption of 1,2-Dichloroethane and 1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane from Water Supplies.
Quantification and Molecular Characterization of 'hprt' Mutants of Human T-Lymphocytes.
Sensitivity of a regional oxidant model to variations in climate parameters, : volume I and II /
Summary of rural water system technology
Surface-coating-free materials and reduction of VOC emissions from coating operations /
Surface-coating-free materials workshop summary report
Surface-coating-free materials workshop summary report : project summary /
Use of Hazard Models in Evaluating the Effect of Exposure Duration on the Acute Toxicity of Three Pesticides.
Use of Surface-Coating-Free Materials for Reduction of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Coating Operations.
Verification of Gas Migration at Lees Lane Landfill.
Virus Adsorption to Mineral Surfaces Is Reduced by Microbial Overgrowth and Organic Coatings.
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