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A water quality model for a conjunctive surface-groundwater system /
Abiotic Dehalogenation of 1,2-Dichloroethane and 1,2-Dibromoethane in Aqueous Solution Containing Hydrogen Sulfide.
Air Conservation. Volume 10, Number 3(53), 1976.
Albert Lea Lake, Freeborn County, Minnesota.
Algal nutrient availability and limitation in Lake Ontario during IFYGL : part I : available phosphorus in urban runoff and Lake Ontario tributary waters /
Algal Nutrient Availability and Limitation in Lake Ontario During IFYGL. Appendices to Part I. Available Phosphorus in Urban Runoff and Lake Ontario Tributary Waters.
Algal-Available Phosphorus in Suspended Sediments from Lower Great Lakes Tributaries.
Allegheny Reservoir, McKean and Warren Counties, Pennsylvania and Cattaraugus County, New York.
Alligator Lake, Columbia County, Florida.
Altoona Lake, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin.
An investigation of the nearshore region of Lake Ontario IFYGL.
Analysis of acid precipitation samples collected by state agencies, 1988 /
Analysis of nonpoint-source pollutants in the Missouri Basin Region /
Analysis of thermal decomposition products of flue gas conditioning agents /
Angostura Reservoir, Fall River County, South Dakota.
Anion mobility in soils : relevance to nutrient transport from terrestrial to aquatic ecosystems /
Annual Nutrient Cycles in a Marine Microcosm.
Application of a New Method for Phosphate Concentration Measurements in Natural and Waste Waters.
Aquatic-Biotic Community Structure as an Indicator of Pollution.
Arkabutla Reservoir, DeSoto and Tate Counties, Mississippi.
Arrowhead Mountain Lake Chittenden and Franklin Counties Vermont.
Aspects of phosphate utilization by blue-green algae /
Atomic Absorption Analysis of Phosphates in Water.
Atwood Reservoir, Carroll and Tuscarawas Counties, Ohio.
Audubon Lake, McLean County, North Dakota.
Badger Lake, Polk County, Minnesota.
Badin Lake, Montgomery and Stanley Counties, North Carolina.
Baldwin Lake, Randolph County, Illinois.
Bankhead Lake and Holt Lock and Dam, Walker and Tuscaloosa Counties, Alabama.
Barkley Lake, Stewart and Montgomery Counties, Tennessee; Trigg and Lyon Counties, Kentucky.
Barren River Reservoir, Allen and Barren Counties, Kentucky.
Bartlett Lake, Koochiching County, Minnesota.
Bass Lake, Starke County, Indiana.
Bay of Naples and Sebago Lake, Cumberland County, Maine.
Beach City Reservoir, Stark, and Tuscarawas Counties, Ohio.
Bear Lake, Freeborn County, Minnesota.
Beaver Dam Lake (South Basin), Barron County, Wisconsin.
Beaver Run Reservoir Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.
Benthic Survey of Flat Creek and the Salt River Near Thayne, Wyoming.
Berlin Reservoir, Mahoning, Portage, and Stark Counties, Ohio.
Big Creek Reservoir, Polk County, Iowa.
Big Eau Pleine Reservoir, Marathon County, Wisconsin.
Big Lake, Apache County, Arizona.
Big Lake, Stearns County, Minnesota.
Big Stone Lake, Big Stone County, Minnesota and Roberts and Grant Counties, South Dakota.
Biodegradation studies of carboxymethyl tartronate /
Biological electrodes specific for phosphate and nitrite ions /
Biological treatment of concentrated sugar beet wastes /
Biological treatment of concentrated sugar beet wastes;
Birch Lake, Cass County, Minnesota.
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