3 edition of UV-sensitive phosphate in Irish peaty waters found in the catalog.
UV-sensitive phosphate in Irish peaty waters
|Statement||M.L. McGarrigle and L. Kilmartin.|
|Contributions||Kilmartin, L., Environmental Research Unit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||81|
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Kilmartin, L. The occurrence of UV-sensitive phosphate in Irish humic waters and its effect on algal growth.
Unpublished MSc thesis, University College Galway. Jan Martin L Mcgarrigle. Limnos Consultancy. Eutrophication of Irish Waters - From Science to Legislation and Management. UV-Sensitive Phosphate in Irish Peaty Waters - A Study of. McGarrigle ML, Kilmartin L () UV-sensitive phosphorus in Irish peaty waters: a study of potential effects on freshwater ecosystems.
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