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The bioavailability of sediment-associated contaminants is poorly understood. Often, a triad of chemical concentration measurements, laboratory sediment toxicity tests, and benthic infaunal community condition is used to assess whether contaminants are present at levels of ecological concern. Integration of these 3 lines of evidence is typically based on(More)
Because anterior knee pain syndrome is common in young paratroopers, we studied the role of the extensor mechanism in deceleration during the parachute landing fall (PLF) and the extent of knee flexion resulting from use of proper and variant landing styles. The subjects were novice paratroopers. Data were gathered by electromyography and by cinematography.(More)
Evaluation of potential toxicity and bioavailability of chromium in sediments associated with chromite ore processing residue. Hardware description and sampling protocols for the Trident Probe and UltraSeep system: Technologies to evaluate contaminant transfer between groundwater and surface water.
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