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        LC ClassificationsOctober 31, 1996
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 100 p. :
        Number of Pages42
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 101566700485

        nodata File Size: 4MB.

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So you get the yin and the yang of carbon with the unplanted wetland. There are no studies departing from the traditional lethal aquatic toxicity assay and none that focus on the longer-term effects of short-term exposures. Terrestrial sources of CH 3I are together believed to comprise up to 80—110 Gg of iodine per year Bell et al.California Sea Grant Report Number T-CSGCP-021, 105 p. In 1978, in an effort to restore the Salmon River Estuary to its original condition, two dikes were removed to allow the original wetlands to reestablish themselves.