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Chemical mass balance model : EPA-CMB8.2 /
Dow chemical wastewater characterization study : Tittabawassee river sediments and native fish /
Dynamics of Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Striped Bass from the Hudson River. 3. Tissue Disposition and Routes for Elimination.
Field Evaluation of Residue Prediction Procedures Used in EPA's Guidance: Assessment and Control of Bioconcentratable Contaminants in Surface Waters. The Five Mile Creek Study. 1993 Draft for Appendix 1.
Guidance on the documentation and evaluation of trace metals data collected for clean water act compliance monitoring.
Organic Cation Effects on the Sorption of Metals and Neutral Organic Compounds on Aquifer Material (Journal Version).
Results of Photochemical Simulations of Subgrid Scale Point Source Emissions with the Models-3 CMAQ Modeling System.
Screening Level Probabilistic Ecological Risk Assessment of Copper and Cadmium in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
Statistical Issues in Epidemiologic Studies of the Health Effects of Ambient Acid Aerosols.
Waterborne and Sediment-Source Toxicities of Six Organic Chemicals to Grass Shrimp ('Palaemonetes pugio') and Amphioxus ('Branchiostoma caribaeum').
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