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Identifying riparian buffers that function to control nonpoint source pollution impacts to instream communities: Feasibility study in the Delaware River Basin, Kansas

Type: 
Survey Report
Published on: 
1994
Page numbers: 
45 pp.
Survey program: 
Central Plains Center for BioAssessment
Journal number: 
Report No. 21
Published by: 
Kansas Biological Survey
Citation HTML: 
Huggins, D., D. Bandi, K. Higgins. 1994. Identifying riparian buffers that function to control nonpoint source pollution impacts to instream communities: Feasibility study in the Delaware River Basin, Kansas. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Report No. 21:45 pp.

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