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Air pollution aspects of barium and its compounds.
Barite : a statistical summary /
Barite in Oklahoma. [electronic resource]
Barite in the United States : exclusive of Alaska and Hawaii /
Effect of Barite (BaSO4) on Development of Estuarine Communities.
Effect of Barite on Meiofauna in a Flow-Through Experimental System.
Effects of Oil and Gas Well-Drilling Fluids on the Biomass and Community Structure of Microbiota that Colonize Sands in Running Seawater.
Effects of Whole Drilling Mud and Selected Components on the Shell Movements of the Bay Scallop, 'Argopecten irradians'.
Fancy Hill (Milchem) barite mine, Montgomery County, Arkansas : draft environmental impact statement /
Fetid barite occurrences, western Berks County, Pennsylvania /
Geology and barite deposits of the Del Rio District, Cocke County, Tennessee. Areal geology,
Mineral commodity summaries.
National Inventory of Sources and Emissions. Barium, Boron, Copper, Selenium, and Zinc 1969 - Barium Section I.
Recovery of ultrafine barite from mill wastes
Responses of Macrobenthos Colonizing Estuarine Sediments Contaminated with Drilling Mud Containing Diesel Oil.
Source assessment : chemical and fertilizer mineral industry : state of the art /
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