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Development of water quality criteria for ammonia and total residual chlorine for the protection of aquatic life in two Johnson County, KS, streams

Type: 
Book
Published on: 
1982
Page numbers: 
381-388
Book Name: 
Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment
City of publisher: 
Phiiladelphia, PA
Editors: 
J. Pearson, R. Foster, and W. Bishop
Survey program: 
Central Plains Center for BioAssessment
Journal number: 
ASTM STP 766
Published by: 
American Society for Testing Materials
Citation HTML: 
Hazel, R. , C. Burkhead, D. Huggins. 1982. Development of water quality criteria for ammonia and total residual chlorine for the protection of aquatic life in two Johnson County, KS, streams. Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment. Phiiladelphia, PA:American Society for Testing Materials. 381-388.

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