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Behavior of mercury, chromium, and cadmium in aquatic systems /
Chemical Quality of Surface and Sediment Pore Water in Louisiana and Mississippi Estuaries.
Chesapeake Bay Groundwater Toxics Loading Workshop proceedings /
Denitrification as a Pathway for Nitrate Removal in Aquatic Systems.
Factors Controlling the Dynamics of Non-Ionic Synthetic Organic Chemicals in Aquatic Environments.
Fate of selected toxic compounds under controlled redox potential and pH conditions in soil and sediment-water systems /
Function of Marshes in Reducing Eutrophication of Estuaries of the Middle Atlantic Region.
Hydrolysis of Chlorostilbene Oxide. 1. Hydrolysis in Homogeneous Systems.
Mass balance modeling of heavy metals in Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron
Mathematical Modeling of Nutrient - Transport.
Nitrogen Sources and Cycling in Natural Waters.
Oxidation of organic matter in sediments /
Phosphate Retention by Lake Sediments.
Phosphorus Release from Lake Sediments.
Protonation of Organic Bases in Clay-Water Systems.
Report on Pollution of the Merrimack River and Certain Tributaries. Part IV. Pilot Plant Study of Benthal Oxygen Demand.
Sorption of Plutonium on Minerals and Sediments.
Transfer of Heavy Metal Pollutants from Lake Erie Bottom Sediments to the Overlying Water.
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