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Biomonitoring to Achieve Control of Toxic Effluents
Alexis Steen. This EPA case study describes the water quality-based toxicity control procedures that researchers used to address a serious water quality problem on the Cuyahoga River in northeastern Ohio. When the Cuyahoga caught fire at Cleveland, OH, on June 22, 1969, the river immediately became a symbol of the degraded state of the nationís surface waters. Since then, significant efforts have been made to improve the Cuyahoga Riverís water quality. The objective of this study is to provide National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program managers, NPDES permit writers, & water quality specialists with an example of how toxicity testing can be used to address pre-identified toxic water quality problems. Charts & tables.
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Saddam Hussein: Defying the World: A Visual Biography (video)
Politician Goes to War: The Civil War Letters of John White Geary
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