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Abundance and Viability of Striped Bass Eggs Spawned in the Roanoke River, North Carolina, in 1988.
Comparison of Finite-Difference Time-Domain SAR Calculations with Measurements in a Heterogeneous Model of Man.
Ecological heterogeneity /
Ecosystem services : benefits supplied to human societies by natural ecosystems /
Effect of Capillarity and Soil Structure on Flow in Low Permeability Saturated Soils at Disposal Facilities.
Halocarbon Hydrolysis Rates: A Search for Ionic Strength and Heterogenous Effects.
Heterogeneous Degradation of Oxygenated Intermediates.
Hydrogeomorphic wetland profiling : an approach to landscape and cumulative impacts analysis /
Optical Heterogeneity in Green Bay.
Seepage in a Saturated-Stratified Aquifer with Recharge (Journal Version).
Sources, sinks and sustainability /
Spatial Variability of Geochemical and Hydrologic Properties of Subsurface Materials in a Sand and Gravel Aquifer, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Speciation of Mercury in the Presence of Coal and Waste Combustion Fly Ashes.
Two-Dimensional Modeling of Aquifer Remediation Influenced by Sorption Nonequilibrium and Hydraulic Conductivity Heterogeneity.
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