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Soil & Water Conservation Society of Metro Halifax (SWCSMH)

July 03, 2012                     Limnology


Contents:

[A]; [B]; [C]; [D]; [E]; [F]; [G]; [H]; [I]; [J]; [K]; [L]; [M]; [N]; [O]; [P]; [Q]; [R]; [S]; [T]; [U]; [V]; [W]; [X]; [Y]; [Z]

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  67. Fast, A.W. 1973. Effects of artificial hypolimnion aeration on rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri Richardson) depth distribution. In Tans. of the American Fisheries Society. 102(4): 71-722.

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