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2,3,7,8-TCDD, 2,3,7,8-TCDF and PCBs in Marine Sediments and Biota: Laboratory and Field Studies.
Acid Volatile Sulfide Predicts the Acute Toxicity of Cadmium and Nickel in Sediments.
Acid-Volatile Sulfide as a Factor Mediating Cadmium and Nickel Bioavailability in Contaminated Sediments.
Air Sensor Guidebook.
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 : Part II. Nitrogen available in Lake Ontario tributary water samples and urban runoff from Madison, Wisconsin /
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.
An SAB report : technical review of the proposed TSCA section 403 regulation (identification of dangerous levels of lead) /
Analysis of Water Supply Costs in the Washington (D.C.) Area.
Appendix to Bioaccumulation Testing and Interpretation for the Purpose of Sediment Quality Assessment. Status and Needs. Chemical-Specific Summary Tables.
Application of a Bio-Optical Model to Determine Light Availability (PAR) at Water Depths Required to Reach the Tampa Bay Seagrass Restoration Goal, and at Current Depths of Deep Tampa Bay Seagrass Meadows.
Argentum International Conference Proceedings (3rd): Transport, Fate and Effects of Silver in the Environment. Held in Washington, DC. on August 6-9, 1995.
Arsenic in drinking water /
Assessing oral bioavailability of metals in soils
Assessment of Potential Environmental Problems Concerning Water Availability Project Summary
Assessment of Potential Environmental Problems Concerning Water Availability.
Availability and Efficacy of Ballast Water Treatment Technology: Background and Issue Paper.
Availability of residual fuel oil; Task no. 2 final report
Availability of uncoated printing and writing papers containing 30 percent postconsumer fiber /
Availability, uptake and translocation of plutonium within biological systems : a review of the significant literature /
Available disposal capacity for solid waste in Illinois : third annual report.
Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support 40 CFR (Code of Federal Regulations) Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions. Proposed Rule. First Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and Available Treatment Capacity. Part 1.
Background document for first third wastes to support 40 CFR part 268 land disposal restrictions : proposed rule, first third waste volumes, characteristics, and required and available treatment capacity - Part II /
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions. Proposed Rule. Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and Available Treatment Capacity. Volume 1. Executive Summary: Chapter 1 and Chapter 2.
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions. Volume 3. Proposed Rule. Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and Available Treatment Capacity. Chapter 4. Appendices.
Barium Bioavailability as the Chloride, Sulfate, or Carbonate Salt in the Rat.
Bioaccumulation and Toxicity of 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin and Related Compounds in Aquatic Ecosystems.
Bioaccumulation testing and interpretation for the purpose of sediment quality assessment : status and needs /
Bioavailability of 1-Nitropyrene from Model Coal Fly Ash and Its Uptake by Alveolar Macrophages.
Bioavailability of 2,3,7,8-TCDD, 2,3,7,8-TCDF and PCBs to Marine Benthos from Passaic River Sediments.
Bioavailability of arsenic and lead in environmental substrates /
Bioavailability of arsenic in a refractory matrix /
Bioavailability of contaminants in soils and sediments : processes, tools, and applications /
Bioavailability to Plants of Sludge-Borne Toxic Organics.
Chemical hazard evaluation for management strategies : a method for ranking and scoring chemicals by potential human health and environmental impacts /
Chemical testing industry profile of toxicological testing /
Chronic AIF3 Administration: 2. Selected Historical Observations.
Chronology, Magnitude and Paleolimnological Record of Changing Metal Fluxes Related to Atmospheric Deposition of Acids and Metals in New England.
Commercial treatment/recovery capacity data set /
Commercial treatment/recovery TSDR (Treatment, storage, disposal and recycling) survey data set /
Comparative Evaluation of Chemical Ranking and Scoring Methodologies.
Comparative Kinetic Studies of Phosphate-Limited Growth and Phosphate Uptake in Phytoplankton in Continuous Culture.
Comparison of Aqueous and Solid-Phase Uptake for Hexachlorobenzene in the Tellinid Clam Macoma nasuta (Conrad): A Mass Balance Approach.
Compendium reports on oil shale technology /
Concepts in Improving Polychlorinated Biphenyl Bioavailability to Bioremediation Strategies.
Contaminated Marine Sediments: Assessment and Remediation.
Copper Complexation by Natural Organic Matter in Contaminated and Uncontaminated Ground Water.
Dermatological formulations : percutaneous absorption /
Determination of Acid Volatile Sulfide and Selected Simultaneously Extractable Metals in Sediment.
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