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Acid precipitation and drinking water quality in the eastern United States /
Alternative Disinfection Processes.
An improved method for determining organics in water by activated carbon adsorption and solvent extraction : supporting material for training presentation /
Clustering Criteria and Multivariate Normal Mixtures.
Clustering of Rare Events.
Determination of Total Organic Halide in Water: A Comparative Study of Two Instruments.
Evaluating Field Scale GAC (Granulated Activated Carbon) Systems for Drinking Water.
Improved Method for Determining Organics in Water by Activated Carbon Adsorption and Solvent Extraction.
Influence of Bromide Ion on Organic Chlorine and Organic Bromine Formation during Free Chlorination.
Limited Occupational Mortality Data and Statistics.
Monitoring water filters for asbestos removal
Practical Considerations for Approximating Relative Risk by the Standardized Mortality Ratio.
Removal of Hepatitis A Virus and Rotavirus by Drinking Water Treatment.
The determination of organics : carbon adsorbable in water /
Treatment of Drinking Water by Bromide Addition and Powdered Activated Carbon Adsorption.
Treatment techniques for controlling trihalomethanes in drinking water /
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