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Nutrients and Suspended Sediment Transported in the Susquehanna River Basin, 2004, and Trends, January 1985 through December 2004.
Nutrients and Suspended Sediment Transported in the Susquehanna River Basin, 2005, and Trends, January 1985 Through December 2005.
Nutrients and Suspended Sediment Transported in the Susquehanna River Basin, 2006, and Trends, January 1985 Through December 2006.
Organophosphorus poisons : anticholinesterases and related compounds /
Patuxent River Water Quality Management Technical Evaluation.
Pesticide fact sheet : mono- and di-potassium salts of phosphorous acid.
Pesticide fact sheet number 96.1 : Diazinon.
Pesticide movement from cropland into Lake Erie /
Phosphorous Acid, Cyclic Neopentanetetrayl Diphenyl Ester (DPPEDP). CAS Number 144-35-4.
Phosphorus : a summary of information regarding lake water quality /
Phytoplankton Species and Populations in the Pamlico River Estuary of North Carolina.
Preliminary Study of the Relationships Between Stream Water Quality and Watershed Characteristics for the Truckee River.
Quality Improvement of Feedlot Lagoon Water by Percolation Through Soil Under Native Pasture.
Registration standard for the reregistration of pesticide products containing diazinon  as the active ingredient.
Relationship of Neuropathy Target Esterase Inhibition to Neuropathology and Ataxia in Hens Given Organophosphorus Esters.
Renovation of secondary effluent for reuse as a water resource,
Response of Thermal Stressed Bobwhite to Organophosphorus Exposure.
Results of a Local Lymph Node Assay with Phosphorous Acid, Tris(Methylphenyl) Ester.
Summary and conclusions from the forthcoming Technical report 56 : "Nutrient enrichment and control requirements in the upper Chesapeake Bay" /
The manufacture and use of selected aryl and alkyl aryl phosphate esters.
Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for Dissolved Oxygen in the Waters of Lake Lucille in Wasilla, Alaska.
Total Maximum Daily Loads of Carbonaceous Biochemical Oxygen Demand (CBOD), Nitrogenous Biochemical Oxygen Demand (NBOD), and Total Phosphorus (TP) for an Unnamed Tributary of La Trappe Creek into Which the Town of Trappe Wastewater Treatment Plant Discharges, Talbot County, Maryland.
Total Maximum Daily Loads of Nitrogen and Phosphorus for Back River in Baltimore City and Baltimore County, Maryland. Final Report.
Total Maximum Daily Loads of Nitrogen and Phosphorus for Mattawoman Creek in Charles County and Prince George's County, Maryland.
Total Maximum Daily Loads of Nitrogen and Phosphorus for the Baltimore Harbor in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll and Howard Counties and Baltimore City, Maryland.
Total Maximum Daily Loads of Nitrogen and Phosphorus for the Northeast River in Cecil County, Maryland.
Total Maximum Daily Loads of Phosphorus to Broadford Lake, Garrett County, MD.
Treatment Capability of a Physical-Chemical Package Plant.
Triphenyl Phosphite Neuropathy Differs from Organophosphorus-Induced Delayed Neuropathy in Rats.
Triphenyl Phosphite: In vivo and In vitro Inhibition of Rat Neurotoxic Esterase (Journal Version).
Trophic State of Lakes in North Central Florida.
UV-Sensitive Complex Phosphorus: Association with Dissolved Humic Materials and Iron in a Bog Lake.
Water Quality Characteristics of the New Hope and Lower Haw Rivers, July 1966 - February 1970 with Estimates of the Probable Quality of New Hope Lake.
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