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A Liberal Education and the Environment
GENETIC DIFFERENCES OF PINUS PONDEROSA [DOUGL. EX LAWS.] TREES TOLERANT AND SENSITIVE TO OZONE
SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF GASEOUS AND PARTICULATE MATTER EMISSIONS IN GREECE
MICROBIAL DEGRADATION OF FIPRONIL IN CLAY LOAM SOIL
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF FARM-SCALE COMPOSTING PRACTICES
TRACE ELEMENT GEOCHEMISTRY FROM THE BIRRIMIAN METASEDIMENTS OF THE NORTHERN REGION OF GHANA
RELATIVE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE AND PH ON DIEL CYCLING OF DISSOLVED TRACE ELEMENTS IN PRICKLY PEAR CREEK, MONTANA
TRACE METALS IN THE WATER COLUMNS OF THE RED SEA AND THE GULF OF AQABA, EGYPT
SENSITIVITY OF BLACKNOSE DACE (RHINICHTHYS ATRATULUS) TO MODERATE ACIDIFICATION EVENTS IN SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK, U.S.A.
HYDROPONIC STUDY OF ALUMINUM ACCUMULATION BY AQUATIC PLANTS
A COMPARISON OF CADMIUM IN ECOSYSTEMS ON METALLIFEROUS MINE TAILINGS IN WALES AND IRELAND
EVALUATION OF HEAVY METALS' (Cd, Cu, Ni, Ph, AND Zn) DISTRIBUTION IN SOWING REGIONS OF POTATO FIELDS IN THE PROVINCE OF NIĞDE, TURKEY
SPECIATION OF COPPER IN MICROPORES
EVALUATION OF TRACE METAL FLUXES TO SOILS IN HINTERLAND OF PORTO MARGHERA INDUSTRIAL ZONE
DISTRIBUTION OF 36 ELEMENT DEPOSITION RATES IN A HISTORIC MINING AND SMELTING AREA AS DETERMINED THROUGH FINE-SCALE BIOMONITORING TECHNIQUES. PART I
DISTRIBUTION OF 36 ELEMENT DEPOSITION RATES IN A HISTORIC MINING AND SMELTING AREA AS DETERMINED THROUGH FINE-SCALE BIOMONITORING TECHNIQUES. PART II
ASSESSMENT OF DIFFERENT SOFT TISSUES OF THE GREEN-LIPPED MUSSEL PERNA VIRIDIS (LINNAEUS) AS BIOMONITORING AGENTS OF Pb
A MASS CONSERVATIVE NON-ISOTHERMAL SUBSURFACE THREE-PHASE FLOW MODEL
CORRELATION BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF MOSSES EXPOSED TO URBAN AIR POLLUTANTS
CHEMICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ALPINE SOILS IN THE TATRA MOUNTAINS AND THEIR CORRELATION WITH LAKE WATER QUALITY
CALIBRATION OF GC-FID AND IR SPECTROMETRIC METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF HIGH BOILING PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES
DETERMINATION OF SULFATE, NITRATE, AND CHLORIDE IN THROUGHFALL USING ION-EXCHANGE RESINS
NUTRIENT LOSSES BY RUNOFF AND SEDIMENT FROM THE TALUSES OF ORCHARD TERRACES