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Ambient air/source transport and transformation relationships for selected hazardous air pollutants /
Effects of Pollution on Freshwater Organisms. Fate and Effects of Pollutants.
Environmental Fate Data Base (ENVIROFATE): Chemical Name File (CASLST), February 1987.
Environmental Fate Data Base (ENVIROFATE): Chemical Name File (CASLST), March 1986.
Fate and Treatability Estimator (FATE) Model (for Microcomputers).
Field Assessment of Aerated Lagoon Emissions and Their Control Using an Inflated Dome.
Health assessment document for hydrogen sulfide.
Infrared Spectroscopy-Based Property-Reactivity Correlations for Predicting Environmental Fate of Organic Chemicals.
Lake Michigan studies special report.
Modified N.R.C. Version of the U.S.G.S. Solute Transport Model. Volume 1. Modifications.
Proceedings of the 1991 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency/Air and Waste Management Association International Symposium: Measurement of Toxic and Related Air Pollutants. Volume 1.
Reduction of Hexachloroethane to Tetrachloroethylene in Groundwater.
Risk Assessment Methodology for Hazardous Waste Management.
Role of Property-Reactivity Relationships in Meeting the EPA's Needs for Environmental Fate Constants.
Sorption of Hydrophobic Organic Compounds by Sediments.
Toxic organic emissions from synfuels and related industrial wastewater treatment systems /
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