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Current status of monitoring for process micro-organisms in biotechnology: Results of an industry questionnaire
In vitro gastrointestinal method to estimate bioavailable arsenic in contaminated soils and solid media
Designing a biological monitoring program to assess community exposure to chromium: Conclusions of an expert panel
Monitoring Acetylcholinesterase Levels In Migrant Agricultural Workers and Their Children Using a Portable Test Kit
Effects of prior exposure history on cytochrome P4501A mRNA induction by PCB congener 77 in Atlantic tomcod.
Nuclear techniques for sustainable development: Water resources and monitoring environmental pollution
Evaluation of an ELISA kit for the monitoring of microcystins (cyanobacterial toxins) in water and algae environmental samples
Use of state workers' compensation data for occupational carpal tunnel syndrome surveillance: A feasibility study in Massachusetts
This feature class includes monitoring data collected nationally to understand the status, condition, and trend of resources on BLM lands. Data are collected in accordance with the Interpreting Indicators for Rangeland Health (IIRH) method. The IIRH method is a qualitative assessment of rangeland health, defined as "the degree to which the integrity of the soil, vegetation, water, and air, as well as the ecological processes of the rangeland ecosystem are balanced and sustained." Attributes include the final rating for IIRH indicators: hydrologic function, biotic integrity, and soil/site stability (see Entity/Attribute Section for exact details on attributes). Data were collected and managed by BLM Field Offices,...
Genetic Techniques for the Verification and Monitoring of Dihaloethane Biodegradation in New Mexico Aquifers