Toxic substances in surface waters and sediments : a study to assess the effects of arsenic-contaminated alluvial sediment in Whitewood Creek, South Dakota

@inproceedings{Kuwabara2003ToxicSI,
  title={Toxic substances in surface waters and sediments : a study to assess the effects of arsenic-contaminated alluvial sediment in Whitewood Creek, South Dakota},
  author={James S. Kuwabara and Christopher C. Fuller},
  year={2003}
}
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