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Effect of china-clay wastes on trout streams.

D. W. M. Herbert

Effect of china-clay wastes on trout streams.

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Written in English

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Taken from International journal of air and water pollution, vol.5, 1961, pp. 56-74.

SeriesInternational journal of air and water pollution -- v.5
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19693426M

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Effect of china-clay wastes on trout streams. by D. W. M. Herbert Download PDF EPUB FB2

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