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Pinyon-juniper succession after natural fires on residual soils of Mesa Verde, Colorado
A mountain brush vegetation typified by Gambel oak (Quercus gambelii) and serviceberry (Amelanchier ittahensis) dominates the uplands of Mesa Verde National Park. There is evidence that this brushExpand
Detailed study of selenium in soil, representative plants, water, bottom sediment, and biota in the Kendrick Reclamation Project Area, Wyoming, 1988-90. Water Resources Investigation
In response to increasing concern about the quality of irrigation drainage and its potential effects on fish, wildlife, and human health, the U.S. Department of the Interior formed an interbureauExpand
Elements in cottonwood trees as an indicator of ground water contaminated by landfill leachate
Ground water at the Norman Landfill Research Site is contaminated by a leachate plume emanating from a closed, unlined landfill formerly operated by the city of Norman, Oklahoma, Ground waterExpand
Elemental composition of selected native plants and associated soils from major vegetation-type areas in Missouri
........................................... . Introduction ......................................... . Description of vegetation types ........................ . Floodplain ForestExpand
Uranium in spring water and bryophytes at basin creek in central idaho
Abstract Arkosic sandstones and conglomerates of Tertiary age beneath the Challis Volcanics of Eocene age at Basin Creek, 10 km northeast of Stanley, Idaho, contain uranium-bearing vitrainized carbonExpand
Variation in the Element Content of Parmelia chlorochroa from the Powder River Basin of Wyoming and Montana
Analysis-of-variance procedures have demonstrated that the concentrations of most elements in Parmelia chlorochroa Tuck. appear to be remarkably uniform throughout the Powder River Basin. Of the 26Expand
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