Limnology of a shallow, brackish, hypereutrophic reservoir in southern New Mexico
Richard A. Cole, Diana L. Weigmann, Michael C. Hayes, New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station
New Mexico State University, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1984 - Nature - 54 pages
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