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Acclimation of Aquatic Microbial Communities to Hg(II) and CH3Hg(+) in Polluted Freshwater Ponds.
Accomplishment Plan - Water Quality. South Platte River Basin.
Accomplishment Plan. Region VIII. Cheyenne River Basin.
Acidity, Nutrients, and Minerals in Atmospheric Precipitation Over Florida: Deposition Patterns, Mechanisms, and Ecological Effects.
Adaptation by Microbial Populations.
Adaptation of Aquatic Microbial Communities to Hg(2+) Stress.
Adaptation of Aquatic Microbial Communities to Pollutant Stress.
Adaptation of Aquifer Microbial Communities to the Biodegradation of Xenobiotic Compounds: Influence of Substrate Concentration and Preexposure.
Adaptation of Mixed Flask Culture Microcosms for Testing the Survival and Effects of Introduced Microorganisms.
Advances in aquatic microbiology /
Algal metabolite influence on bloom sequence in eutrophied freshwater ponds /
An enclosed aquatic multispecies test system for testing microbial pest control agents with non-target species /
Analysis of Tap Water for Viruses: Results of a Survey.
Annual Review of Literature, 1951. I. Stream Pollution. II. Analytical Methods. III. Radioactive Wastes.
Application of DNA Probes to Analysis of Bacteriophage Distribution Patterns in the Environment.
Applied Ecology Seminar. Training Manual.
Approach for Development of Structure-Biodegradation Relationships of Organic Chemicals.
Approaches for Measuring Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes in Bacteria.
Aquatic disposal field investigations, Eatons Neck disposal site, Long Island Sound : appendix E, predisposal baseline conditions of zooplankton assemblages, final report /
Aquatic Fungi of the Lotic Environment and Their Role in Stream Purification.
Aquatic microbial communities
Aquatic microbial ecology biochemical and molecular approaches /
Aquatic microbial ecology proceedings of the conference /
Aquatic microbiology /
Aquatic microbiology /
Aquatic microbiology /
Aquatic microbiology laboratory manual
Aquatic Toxicology: Part 2 of a Four-Part Series.
Aquation test systems for studying the fate of xenobiotic compounds /
Artificial Microbial Ecosystem for Determining Effects and Fate of Toxicants in a Salt-Marsh Environment.
Assessing the interactions of organic compounds during biodegradation of complex waste mixtures by naturally occurring bacterial assemblages /
Availability of Dissolved Organic Carbon to Bacterioplankton Examined by Oxygen Utilization.
Bacteria attached to granular activated carbon filters in drinking water /
Bacteria attached to granular activated carbon filters in drinking water / Gordon A. McFeters, et al.
Bacterial transport through homogeneous soil /
Bioassays to Determine Algal Growth Potential of Micronutrients.
Bioconcentration of Toxaphene by Microorganisms.
Bioflocculation and the accumulation of chemicals by floc-forming organisms /
Biogeochemical Cycling of Organic Matter in Acidic Environments: Are Microbial Degradative Processes Adapted to Low pH.
Biological and Photobiological Action of Pollutants on Aquatic Microorganisms.
Biological Aspects of Water Quality, Charles River and Boston Harbor, Massachusetts, July-August 1967.
Biology and Chemistry of Surface Freshwater Microlayers.
Biotransformation and fate of chemicals in the aquatic environment : proceedings of a workshop held at the University of Michigan Biological Station, Pellston, Michigan, 14-18 August 1979 /
Biotransformation of Priority Pollutants Using Biofilms and Vascular Plants.
Capacity of Aquatic Bacteria to Act as Recipients for Plasmid DNA.
Cell Density and Non-Equilibrium Sorption Effects on Bacterial Dispersal in Groundwater Microcosms.
Characteristics of Bacteria Adapted to Low Nutrient Conditions in Lake Ontario.
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