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Quantitative aquatic biological indicators; their use to monitor trace metal and organochlorine pollution  [1980]

Phillips, D.J.H.;

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Diagrs., graphs, tables. Bibliography p. 412-455

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London (UK) Applied Science Pub.
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"Quantitative aquatic biological indicators; their use to monitor trace metal and organochlorine pollution"@eng
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Bibliographic information

Type:
Other
In AGRIS since:
2015
Publisher:
London (UK) Applied Science Pub.
All titles:
"Quantitative aquatic biological indicators; their use to monitor trace metal and organochlorine pollution"@eng