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Limnological aspects of water supply and waste disposal.

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Washington,1949.

Subjects

Limnology , Pollution , Water

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.35890

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Title

Limnological aspects of water supply and waste disposal.

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American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Moulton, Forest Ray, 1872-1952

Type

Book

Material

Published material

Publication info

Washington,1949.

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Contents: Microbiota of sewage treatment plants and polluted streams, by J.N. Wilson.--Some epidemiological and biological problems in water-borne amoebiasis, by S.L. Chang.--Biotic responses to stream pollution during artificial stream reaeration, by A.F. Bartsch and W.S. Churchill.--A study of kraft pulping wastes in relation to the aquatic environment, by W.M. Van Horn.--Plankton as related to nuisance conditions in surface water, by J.B. Lackey.--Preliminary studies on the viability and dispersal of coliform bacteria in the sea, by B.H. Ketchum, C.L. Carey and Margaret Briggs.--The algologists' part in city and industrial water supply problems, by C.E. Taft.--The use of copper sulphate for algal control and its biological implications, by J.B. Moyle.

Subjects

Limnology , Pollution , Water

Call Number

QH96 .A5

Classification

574.929

Language

English

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LCCN: 49003365 //r87
OCLC: 1511509

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.35890

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title = {Limnological aspects of water supply and waste disposal. },
copyright = {Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.},
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note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/35890 --- Microbiota of sewage treatment plants and polluted streams, by J.N. Wilson.--Some epidemiological and biological problems in water-borne amoebiasis, by S.L. Chang.--Biotic responses to stream pollution during artificial stream reaeration, by A.F. Bartsch and W.S. Churchill.--A study of kraft pulping wastes in relation to the aquatic environment, by W.M. Van Horn.--Plankton as related to nuisance conditions in surface water, by J.B. Lackey.--Preliminary studies on the viability and dispersal of coliform bacteria in the sea, by B.H. Ketchum, C.L. Carey and Margaret Briggs.--The algologists' part in city and industrial water supply problems, by C.E. Taft.--The use of copper sulphate for algal control and its biological implications, by J.B. Moyle.},
publisher = {Washington,},
author = {American Association for the Advancement of Science. and Moulton, Forest Ray,},
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pages = {104},
keywords = {Limnology|Pollution|Water|},
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TI - Limnological aspects of water supply and waste disposal.
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PY - 1949
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AU - American Association for the Advancement of Science.
AU - Moulton, Forest Ray,
KW - Limnology
KW - Pollution
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