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A Chesapeake Bay directory /
A manual of laws, regulations, and institutions for control of ground water pollution /
A study of selected landfills designed as pesticide disposal sites /
Analytical Studies for Assessing the Impact of Sanitary Sewage Facilities of Delaware Co., Ohio.
Control of Water Pollution from Land Use Activities in the Great Lake Basin: An Evaluation of Legislative and Administrative Programs in Canada and the United States.
Cost-Benefit Analysis and Water Pollution Policy.
Environmental management in the Malibu watershed : institutional framework /
Impact of nonpoint pollution control on western Lake Superior : red clay project final report: summary /
Institutional and Financial Alternatives and Recommendations: AMBAG Section 208 Water Quality Management Plan.
Institutional and legal complexities of nonpoint source pollution control : Washington County project : summary report /
Institutional Aspects of Wastewater Management: The Boston Case Study.
Institutional constraints and public acceptance barriers to utilization of municipal wastewater and sludge for land reclamation and biomass production /
Instream Flow Strategies for Nevada.
Instream Flow Strategies for North Dakota.
Instream Flow Strategies for Utah.
Legislative and Institutional Framework to Control Pollution from Land Use Activities in the United States Great Lakes Basin. Summary Report.
Legislative and Institutional Framework to Control Pollution from Land Use Activities in the United States Great Lakes Basin. Volume II. States of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Minnesota.
Mountain communities wastewater management alternatives report summary document.
Mountain communities wastewater management alternatives report. volume III, institutional management alternatives.
Proceedings : National Conference on Urban Erosion and Sediment Control : Institutions & Technology held October 10-12, 1979 at St. Paul, Minnesota.
Proceedings of Sandusky River Basin Symposium, Held at Tiffin, Ohio on May 2-3, 1975.
Proceedings Urban Stormwater Management Seminars Held at Atlanta, Georgia on Nov 4-6, 1975, and Denver, Colorado on Dec 2-4 1975.
Processes, Procedures and Methods for Control of Pollution from Salt Water Intrusion.
Removal of DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane) from Groundwater. Volume 1. POE/POU (Point of Entry/Point of Use) Treatment Devices: Institutional and Jurisdictional Factors.
Review of Critical Factors Impacting Regional Water Quality Management.
Select topics in stormwater management planning for new residential developments /
Selected irrigation return flow quality abstracts, 1978 : eighth annual issue /
Sludge Management Planning in the Boston Metropolitan Area - A Case Study.
Socio-economic and institutional factors in irrigation return flow quality control /
Socio-economic and institutional factors in irrigation return flow quality control : Middle Rio Grande Valley case study /
The National Estuary Program guidance : comprehensive conservation & management plans : content and approval requirements /
Washington County Project (Work Plan). Development and Implementation of a Sediment Control Ordinance or Other Regulatory Mechanism: Institutional Arrangements Necessary for Implementation of Control Methodology on Urban and Rural Lands.
Washington County Project: A Final Report. Development and Implementation of a Sediment Control Ordinance or Other Regulatory Mechanism: Institutional Arrangements Necessary for Implementation of Control Methodology on Urban and Rural Lands.
Water Reuse--From Research to Application. Proceedings of Water Reuse Symposium, Held at Washington, DC. on March 25-30, 1979. Volume 1.
Water Reuse--From Research to Application. Proceedings of Water Reuse Symposium, Held at Washington, DC. on March 25-30, 1979. Volume 2.
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