Hitlist - Titles w/subject : Chlorine
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Reserve a copy 1. An autoanalyser method for the determination of chlorine in groundwaters : Institute of Geological Sciences, Hydrogeological Department, Technical Report WD/ST/78/1, 1978 - [ii],12,[7]p:ill.
Miles, D.L.; Institute of Geological Sciences (Great Britain). Hydrogeological Department
ISBN: X780935798
Copies: 2
Miles, D.L. (Douglas L. (BGS 1974-2004) (Author)WD/ST/78/001Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  2. Characteristics of deep groundwater flow in a basin marginal setting at Sellafield, northwest England : 36Cl and halide evidence
Metcalfe, R.
In: In: Applied Geochemistry Vol. 22 pt/no 1 (2007) p. 128-151, p. 128-151
Metcalfe, R. (Richard (BGS) (Author)00025/4Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  3. Chemical depletion of ozone in the Arctic lower stratosphere during winter 1992-93
In: Nature, 370, No. 6489, 429-434
MANNEY, G.L. (Author)551.510.41ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 4. Chemical disinfecting agents in water and effluents, and chlorine demand 1980 ([1981])
Standing Committee of Analysts
ISBN: 0117514934
Copies: 1
Standing Committee of Analysts (Corporate Author)543.3Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  5. Chlorine variations in the magma of Soufriere Hills Volcano, Montserrat : insights from Cl in hornblende and melt inclusions
Humphreys, M.; Edmonds, M.; Christopher, T.; Hards, V.L.; University of Cambridge; Montserrat Volcano Observatory; British Geological Survey
In: In: Geochimica et cosmochimica acta Vol. 73 pt/no 19 (2009) p. 5693-5708, p. 5693-5708
Humphreys, M. (Madeleine) (Author)00163Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  6. Contribution of Cl- and F-bearing gases to the atmosphere by volcanoes
In: Nature, 334, No. 6181, 415-418
SYMONDS, R.B. (Author)551.590.3ArticleAdd To Basket
  7. Determination of chlorine and bromine in rocks by alkaline fusion with ion chromatography detection
Blackwell, P.A.
Blackwell, P.A. (Paul A. (BGS ? - 2000) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 02936Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
Reserve a copy 8. The geochemistry of chlorine isotopes (1994)
Eggenkamp, H.G.M.
ISBN: 9071577708
Copies: 1
Eggenkamp, H.G.M. (Author)03439Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  9. Geomagnetic modulation of the 36Cl flux in the GRIP ice core, Greenland
In: Science, 279, No. 5355, 1330-1332
BAUMGARTNER, S. (Author)551.322ArticleAdd To Basket
  10. Groundwater pollution by chlorinated solvents : the landmark Cambridge Water Company case
Misstear, B.D.R.; Ashley, R.P.; Lawrence, A.R.; Cambridge Water Company
In: IN: Groundwater contaminants and their migration edited by Mather, J. ...[et al]; London Geological Society Special Publication 128 1998 p201-215, p.201-215
Misstear, B.D.R. (Bruce D. R.) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 03189Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  11. H2O and halogen (F, Cl, Br) behaviour during shallow magma degassing processes
VILLEMANT, B.; Boudon, G.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 168, No. 3-4, 271-286
VILLEMANT, B. (Author)552.33ArticleAdd To Basket
  12. Large losses of total ozone in Antarctica reveal seasonal ClOx/NOx interaction
FARMAN, J.C.; Gardiner, B.G.; Shanklin, J.D.
In: Nature, 315, No. 6016, 207-210
FARMAN, J.C. (Author)551.510.534ArticleAdd To Basket
  13. Ozone depletion: Antarctic chemistry to blame
Pyle, J.A.; FARMAN, J.C.
In: Nature, 329, No. 6135, 103-104
Pyle, J.A. (Author)551.510.41ArticleAdd To Basket
  14. Phosgene measurements in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere
In: Nature, 334, No. 6184, 689-691
WILSON, S.R. (Author)551.510.41ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 15. Quantitative interpretation of Cl, Br, and I porewater concentration profiles in lake sediments of Loch Lomond,Scotland : British Geological Survey, Fluid Processes Series, Technical Report WE/90/003 (1990)
Falck, W.E.; Hooker, P.J.; British Geological Survey. Fluid Processes Research Group; Great Britain. Dept. of the Environment
ISBN: X780628798
Copies: 3
Falck, W.E. (W. Eberhard (BGS) (Author) Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  16. Retention of chlorine-36 by a cementitious backfill : In: Mineralogical magazine Vol. 79 pt/no 6 (2015)
van Es, E.; Hinchliff, J.; Felipe-Satelo, M.; Milodowski, A.E.; Field, L.P.; Evans, N.D.M.; Read, D.
van Es, E. (Author)Electronic onlySurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  17. Stratospheric trace gases in the spring 1986 Antarctic atmosphere
Farmer, C.B.; TOON, G.C.; SCHAPER, P.W.; BLAVIER, J.-F.; LOWES, L.L.
In: Nature, 329, No. 6135, 126-130
Farmer, C.B. (Author)551.510.41ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 18. The toxicity of chlorine to some freshwater organisms. A survey of published data concerning the toxicity of chlorine and chloramines to some freshwater organisms (excluding bacteria and fungi). (1975)
Evins, C; Water Research Centre
Copies: 1
Evins, C (Author)SBooks/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 19. Trihalomethane formation potential: a tool for detecting groundwater contamination and the health risks associated with chlorination : International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium 7th 1999; Proceedings Sardinia 99; p157-164 (1999)
Stuart, M.E.; Klinck, B.A.; Gooddy, D.C.
Copies: 1
Stuart, M.E. (Marianne E. (BGS 1976-2019) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 03517Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  20. Uptake and retardation of Cl during cement carbonation : In: Procedia earth and planetary science Vol. 7 (2013)
Milodowski, A.E.; Rochelle, C.A.; Purser, G.
Milodowski, A.E. (Antoni E. (BGS 1981-2016) (Author)Electronic onlySurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
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