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Water quality management plan for Campbell County, Johnson County and Sheridan County /
Water Resources Activities in the United States. Population Projections and Economic Assumptions.
Water Resources Management for Metropolitan Washington: Analysis of the Joint Interactions of Water and Sewage Service, Public Policy, and Land Development Patterns in an Expanding Metropolitan Area.
Water Resources Management for Metropolitan Washington: Analysis of the Joint Interactions of Water and Sewage Services, Public Policy, and Land Development Patterns in an Expanding Metropolitan Area. (Appendices).
Water Supply and Water Quality Control Study Stonewall Jackson Reservoir, West Fork River Basin, West Virginia.
Watershed Nitrogen Management: Upper Potomac River Basin Case Study.
Wetland Creation and Restoration: EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) Research Program and Investigation of an Extensive Sampling Approach to Comparing Created and Natural Wetlands.
When generations collide : who they are, why they clash, how to solve the generational puzzle at work /
Who speaks for earth?
Who sprawls most? : how growth patterns differ across the U.S. /
Why population matters, 1996
Why some like it hot : food, genes, and cultural diversity /
Wildlife toxicology and population modeling : integrated studies of agroecosystems : proceedings of the Ninth Pellston Workshop, Kiawah Island, South Carolina, July 22-27, 1990 /
Women, population, and development.
Workshop on the use of measuring change in rural communities : a workbook for determining demographic, economic, and fiscal trends.
World agriculture and the environment
World Bank atlas.
World in the balance /
World on the edge : how to prevent environmental and economic collapse /
World population trends : signs of hope, signs of stress
Zooplankton Population Dynamics in Experimentally Toxified Pond Ecosystems.
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