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Quantitative structure-toxicity relationships for halogenated substituted-benzenes to Vibrio fischeri, using atom-based semi-empirical molecular-orbital descriptors
Water quality transformations during soil aquifer treatment at the Mesa Northwest Water Reclamation Plant, USA
Reappraisal of the Federal Fish Health Recommendation for Disinfecting Eggs of Atlantic Salmon in Iodophor
Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., and Arctic char, Salvelinus alpinus (L.): comparative correlation between iodine-iodide supplementation, thyroid hormone levels, plasma cortisol levels, and infection intensity with the sea louse Caligus elongatus
Super(129) iodine bomb pulse recorded in Mississippi River Delta sediments: results from isotopes of I, Pu, Cs, Pb, and C
Evaluation of the Contamination of Marine Algae (Seaweed) from the St. Lawrence River and Likely to Be Consumed by Humans
Uptake of Baits by Red Foxes (Vulpes vulpes): Implications for Rabies Contingency Planning in Australia
This data set consists of records for over 900 mineral facilities in Latin America and Canada. The mineral facilities include mines, plants, smelters, or refineries of aluminum, cement, coal, copper, diamond, gold, iron and steel, nickel, platinum-group metals, salt, and silver, among others. Records include attributes such as commodity, country, location, company name, facility type and capacity if applicable, and generalized coordinates. The data were compiled from multiple sources, including the 2003 and 2004 USGS Minerals Yearbooks (Latin America and Candada volume), data to be published in the 2005 Minerals Yearbook Latin America and Canada Volume, minerals statistics and information from the USGS minerals...
The Minerals Yearbook is an annual publication that reviews themineral industry of the United States and foreign countries. Itcontains statistical data on materials and minerals and includesinformation on economic and technical trends and developments.The yearbook is published in three volumes: Volume I, Metalsand Minerals; Volume II, Area Reports, Domestic; and Volume III,Area Reports, International.Volume I metal and minerals chapters contain an untitledintroduction, a statement on domestic data coverage, and anoutlook section. Optional topics are: legislative andgovernment programs, production, environment, consumption,stocks, transportation, prices, foreign trade, world reviewincluding individual country summaries...
Low-molecular-weight organoiodine and organobromine compounds released by polar macroalgae - the influence of abiotic factors
Quantitative assessment of thyroid histopathology of herring gulls (Larus argentatus ) from the Great Lakes and a hypothesis on the causal role of environmental contaminants.