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A study of nutrient accrual, uptake, and regeneration as related to primary production in a warm-water stream /
Benthic Macroinvertebrate Diversity in Three Differentially Perturbed Michigan Streams.
Comparative Study of Standing Crops and of Phosphorus and Nitrogen Contents of Four Macrophyte Stream Communities.
Comparison of Invertebrate Drift in Three Michigan Streams.
Continuous automated monitoring of chemical and physical characteristics of the Red Cedar River /
Contribution of Urban and Agricultural Pesticide use to the Contamination of the Red Cedar River.
Demand for and Value of the Sport Fishery on the Au Sable, Jordan, and Red Cedar Rivers.
Ecological Evaluation of Stream Eutrophication.
Incidence of Prosthecate Bacteria in a Polluted Stream.
Influence of Na3NTA and Na4EDTA Upon the Activation of Metals in River and Lake Sediments in Michigan.
Nutrients and primary production in a warm-water stream /
Primary production, energetics and nutrient utilization in a warm-water stream /
Species Diversity of Benthic Macroinvertebrates in Three Michigan Streams.
User Related Study of Three Michigan Rivers: The Red Cedar River - an Urban Stream; the Au Sable River - a Famous Trout Stream; the Jordan River - a National Wild River.
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