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Biological effects of mineral fibres = Effets biologiques des fibres minérales /
Cell Growth in Plant Cultures: An Interpretation of the Influence of Initial Weight in Cadmium and Copper Toxicity Tests.
Comparison of the alternative asbestos control method and the NESHAP method for demolition of asbestos-containing buildings [electronic resource] /
Method 314.1: Determination of Perchlorate in Drinking Water Using Inline Column Concentration/Matrix Elimination Ion Chromatography with Suppressed Conductivity Detection (Revision 1.0, May 2005).
Modeling Virus Survival and Transport in the Subsurface.
Modified N.R.C. Version of the U.S.G.S. Solute Transport Model. Volume 1. Modifications.
Modified N.R.C. Version of the U.S.G.S. Solute Transport Model. Volume 2. Interactive Preprocessor Program.
Results of the Walnut Creek house doctor project
SITE Demonstration of the Basic Extractive Sludge Treatment Process.
The use of cationic surfactants to modify aquifer materials to reduce the mobility of hydrophobic organic compounds /
Trace element releases from coal slurry waste ponds
Use of Cationic Surfactants to Modify Soil Surfaces to Promote Sorption and Retard Migration of Hydrophobic Organic Compounds.
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