2 edition of bioenergetic model of food chain uptake and accumulation of organic chemicals, Athabasca River found in the catalog.
bioenergetic model of food chain uptake and accumulation of organic chemicals, Athabasca River
Starodub, Mary Ellen
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||prepared for the Northern River Basins Study under project 2381-E2 by Mary Ellen Starodub and Glenn Ferguson.|
|Series||Northern River Basins Study project report -- no 113|
|Contributions||Ferguson, Glenn., Northern River Basins Study (Canada)|
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