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Published by Institute of Water Pollution Control in Newcastle .
Written in English


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Proceedings of a symposium held in Newcastle upon Tyne 8th-10th January 1974.

ContributionsInstitute of Water Pollution Control.
The Physical Object
Pagination156p. :
Number of Pages156
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18713468M
ISBN 10090325932X

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