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  1. Bacterial cell hydrophobicity is modified during the biodegradation of anionic surfactants. (1994)
Marchesi J R, White G F et al
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Reserve a copy 2. Choice of adjustment to floods. (1964)
White, G F; UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO: DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY
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  3. Effect of river sediment on the biodegradation kinetics of surfactant and non-surfactant compounds. (1997)
Marchesi J R, White G F et al
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  4. Effects of surfactant adsorption and biodegradability on the distribution of bacteria between sediments and water in a freshwater microcosm. (1991)
Marchesi J R, Russell N J et al
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  5. Environmental fate of nonylphenol ethoxylates: differential adsorption of homologs to components of river sediment (2000)
John D M, House W A et al
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Reserve a copy 6. Environmental issues (1977)
International Council of Scientific Unions; Holdgate, M W; White, G F
ISBN: 0471995037
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International Council of Scientific Unions (Corporate Author)614.7Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 7. Man-made lakes : their problems and environmental effects (1973)
Ackermann, W C; White, G F; Worthington, E B; Ivens, J L; International Symposium on Man-Made Lakes, Their Problems and Environmental Effects
ISBN: 0875900178
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Ackermann, W C (Editor)556.55Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 8. Papers on flood problems. (1961)
White, G F; UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO: DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY
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  9. Re-evaluation of the hypothesis that biodegradable surfactants stimulate surface attachment of competent bacteria. (1997)
Owen S A, Russell N J et al
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  10. Role of natural organic matter in accelerating bacterial biodegradation of sodium dodecyl sulfate in rivers (2000)
Marshall S J, House W A et al
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  11. SDS-degrading bacteria attach to riverine sediment in response to the surfactant or its primary biodegradation product dodecan-1-ol. (1994)
Marchesi J R, Owen S A et al
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  12. Surfactant biodegradation in biofilms: modelling multiple interactions in laboratory microcosms [abstract] (1992)
Russell N J, Marchesi J R et al
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  13. Surfactant stimulation of biotransformation at surfaces (1994)
Russell N J, White G F et al
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Reserve a copy 14. The world environment 1972-1982, a report by the United Nations Environment Programme (1982)
Holdgate, M W; Kassas, M; White, G F
ISBN: 0907567142
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Holdgate, M W (Author)577.4Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
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