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Pilot Study to Evaluate Biological, Physical, Chemical, and Land-Use Characteristics in Maryland Coastal Plain Streams. Year 2.
PIRLA 2 Project: Regional Assessment of Lake Acidification Trends.
Potential Future Effects of Current Levels of Sulfur Deposition on Stream Chemistry in the Southern Blue Ridge Mountains, U.S.
Predicting and Evaluating the Effects of Acidic Precipitation on Water Chemistry and Endemic Fish Populations in the Northeastern United States.
Predicting Spring Lake Chemistry from Fall Samples.
Processes, procedures and methods to control pollution from mining activities /
Quantification of Changes in Lakewater Chemistry in Response to Acidic Deposition.
Reactions That Modify Chemistry in Lakes of the National Surface Water Survey.
Recent Trends in the Acid-Base Status of Surface Waters in Maine, USA.
Recommended Methods of Reduction, Neutralization, Recovery, or Disposal of Hazardous Waste. Volume IV. Disposal Process Descriptions, Biological and Miscellaneous Waste Treatment Processes.
Recovery of the Highly Acidified Clearwater Lake Watershed, Ontario, Canada, Simulated with the IL WAS Model.
Regional Characteristics of Land Use in Northeast and Southern Blue Ridge Province: Associations with Acid Rain Effects on Surface-Water Chemistry.
Regional Chemical Characteristics of Lakes in North America. Part 2: Eastern United States.
Removal of Heavy Metals from Mine Drainage by Precipitation.
Removal of trace elements from acid mine drainage /
Revegetation Augmentation by Reuse of Treated Active Surface Mine Drainage: a Feasibility Study.
Rotary precoat filtration of sludge from acid mine drainage neutralization /
Sensitivity of Critical Load Estimates for Surface Waters to Model Selection and Regionalization Schemes.
Short-Term Changes in the Base Neutralizing Capacity of an Acid Adirondack Lake, New York.
Soda ash treatment of neutralized mine drainage /
Source control techniques for acid mine drainage /
Spodosol Cation Release and Buffering of Acidic Inputs.
Statistical Analysis of the Extensive Component of the Maryland Department of the Environment Stream Acidification Monitoring Program.
Stream Chemistry in the Eastern United States. 1. Synoptic Survey Design, Acid-Base Status, and Regional Patterns.
Stream Chemistry in the Eastern United States. 2. Current Sources of Acidity in Acidic and Low Acid-Neutralizing Capacity Streams.
Stream Chemistry in the Southern Blue Ridge: Feasibility of a Regional Synoptic Sampling Approach.
Studies on Limestone Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage.
The Massachusetts Ecological Regions Project /
The TIME project: a case study /
Treatment of acid mine drainage by ozone oxidation /
Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage.
Treatment of denim textile mill wastewaters : neutralization and color removal /
Treatment Techniques for Removing Phosphorus from Municipal Wastewaters.
Trends and Patterns in Lake Acidification in the State of Vermont: Evidence from the Long-Term Monitoring Project.
Trends in Catskill Stream Water Quality: Evidence from Historical Data.
Trough Creek limestone barrier installation and evaluation /
Use of Anaerobic Filters for the Renovation of Acidic Wastewaters.
Variation in Adirondack, New York, Lakewater Chemistry as Function of Surface Area.
Watershed sensitivity measurement strategy for identifying resources at risk from acidic deposition /
Watershed versus In-Lake Alkalinity Generation: A Comparison of Rates Using Input-Output Studies.
Western Lake Survey, Phase I : quality assurance report.
Zinc precipitation and recovery from viscose rayon waste water.
Zinc precipitation and recovery from viscose rayon waste water. /
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