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A review of environmental management criteria for selenium and molybdenum /
Case study of a spill of industrial chemicals, polychlorinated biphenyls and chlorinated benzenes.
Chlor-Alkali Mercury Liquid Effluent Regulations.
Chlorophenols and their impurities in the Canadian environment /
Chlorophenols and their impurities in the Canadian environment : 1983 supplement /
Data collection methodology used in the study of pollution from land use activities in the Grand and Saugeen watersheds /
Development of design guidelines for shore-side holding tanks
Giardia cyst and Cryptosporidium oocyst survival in watersheds and factors affecting inactivation /
Lake restoration, protection, and management : proceedings of the second annual conference, North American Lake Management Society, October 26-29, 1982, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Limnological data report. Lake Erie.
Limnological data report. Lake Huron, Lake Superior.
Limnological data report. Lake Ontario.
Mercury in the Western environment : proceedings of a workshop, Portland, Oregon, February 25-26, 1971 /
Niagara River Pollution Abatement Progress - 1971.
Proceedings - Canadian Symposium on Water Pollution Research.
Proceedings of the ... annual Conference /
Radioactivity in the Canadian aquatic environment /
Report of the Board of Technical Advisers to the International Joint Commission on the Pollution of International Boundary Waters, 1946-1948 Investigation. Lake Huron-Lake Erie Section and Lake Superior-Lake Huron Section.
Report of the International Joint Commission, United States and Canada, on the pollution of boundary waters.
Review of the Canadian chlor-alkali industry : status of the industry and measures taken for the control of water pollution /
Review of the Canadian metal finishing industry : consumption of raw materials and options for water pollution control
Review of whole organism bioassays for assessing the quality of soil, freshwater sediment, and freshwater in Canada
Status report on abatement of water pollution from the Canadian petroleum refining industry, 1975.
Status report on abatement of water pollution from the Canadian pulp and paper industry (1980)
Status report on abatement of water pollution from the Canadian pulp and paper industry (1982) /
Status report on compliance with the chlor-alkali mercury liquid effluent regulations 1978-79 = rapport sur l'observation par les usines de chlore, du règlement sur le mercure contenu dans les effluents en 1978-1979 /
Status report on water pollution control in the Canadian metal mining industry (1986).
Status report on water pollution prevention and control in the Canadian metal mining industry, 1999-2000.
Summaries of Foreign Government Environmental Reports. Number 44.
Technology and associated cost for sulphite pulping spent liquor recovery
The Distribution of mercury in sediment cores from Bellingham Bay, Washington /
The ecological consequences of dredging and dredge spoil disposal in Canadian waters /
The effects of petroleum refinery liquid wastes on aquatic life, with special emphasis on the Canadian environment /
There is no "away" : pharmaceuticals, personal care products, and endocrine-disrupting substances : emerging contaminants detected in water /
Threats to sources of drinking water and aquatic ecosystem health in Canada.
Waste heat in the aquatic environment /
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