Water odour, Athabasca River, February and March 1993

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The Study , Edmonton
Water quality -- Alberta -- Athabasca River., Effluent quality -- Alberta -- Athabasca River., Wood-pulp industry -- Environmental aspects -- Alberta -- Athabasca River., Pulp mills -- Odor control -- Alberta -- Athabasca R
Statementprepared for the Northern River Basins Study under project 4411-B1 by Sandra Kenefick ... [et al.].
SeriesNorthern River Basins Study project report -- no. 42
ContributionsKenefick, Sandra L., Northern River Basins Study (Canada)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTD227.A3 W37 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 51 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18823042M
ISBN 100662225570

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