Steady state model to determine lake resources at risk to acid deposition in the Sierra Nevada, California: final report
Andrew I. Nishida, California. Air Resources Board, Jerald L. Schnoor, University of Iowa. Civil and Environmental Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1989 - Nature - 189 pages
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