Hitlist - Titles w/subject : pH
Hitlist - Titles w/subject : pH

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Reserve a copy 1. The accuracy of determination of the pH of river waters. (1984)
Water Research Centre
Copies: 1
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  2. Acidification of small lakes in Finland documented by sedimentary diatom and chrysophycean remains (1986)
TOLONEN, K.; LIUKKONEN, M.; HARJULA, R.; PATILA, A.
Copies: 1
TOLONEN, K. (Author)556.551.4ChapterAdd To Basket
  3. A comparative study of the northwest Africa and eastern equatorial Pacific upwelling zones as sources of CO2 during glacial periods based on boron isotope paleo-pH estimation
SANYAL, A.; BIJMA, J.
In: Paleoceanography, 14, No. 6, 753-759
SANYAL, A. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 4. The determination of pH in low ionic strength waters 1988 (1988)
Standing Committee of Analysts; Standing Committee of Analysts
ISBN: 0117520845
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Standing Committee of Analysts (Author)543.319Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 5. Determination of pH. Theory and practice (1964)
Bates, R G
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Bates, R G (Author)E5.238Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 6. Determination of the pH value of sludge, soil, mud and sediment; and lime requirement of soil 1977 (1978)
Standing Committee of Analysts; DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT. Standing Committee of Analysts; National Water Council. Standing Committee of Analysts
ISBN: 0117512494
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Reserve a copy 7. The measurement of electrical conductivity and the laboratory determination of the pH value of natural, treated and waste waters, 1978 (1979)
Standing Committee of Analysts; Standing Committee of Analysts; National Water Council. Standing Committee of Analysts; DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT. Standing Committee of Analysts
ISBN: 0117514284
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  8. On the relation between vegetation and electrolytes in north Swedish mire waters
SJORS, H.
In: Oikos, 2, 241-258
SJORS, H. (Author)556.561.4ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 9. pH in Swedish forest soils (1984)
TROEDSSON, T; Nilsson, A
ISBN: 9175901617
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TROEDSSON, T (Author)634.0.114(485)Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 10. pH measurements (1978)
Westcott, C C
ISBN: 0127451501
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Westcott, C C (Author)541.132.3Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  11. The relative importance of acidity sources for humic lakes in Norway
BRAKKE, D.F.; HENRIKSEN, A.; NORTON, S.A.
In: Nature, 329, No. 6138, 432-434
BRAKKE, D.F. (Author)556.551.4ArticleAdd To Basket
  12. Responses of the phosphatase activity of the lichen Cladina rangiferina to various environmental factors including metals
LANE, I.; PUCKETT, K.J.
LANE, I. (Author)582.29ArticleAdd To Basket
  13. A statistical analysis of the relationships among viable microbial populations, vegetation, and environment in a subantarctic tundra
Smith, M.J.; Walton, D.W.H.
In: Microbial Ecology, 11, 245-257
Smith, M.J. (Author)576.8.095ArticleAdd To Basket
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