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A CONSTANT-VOLUME SAMPLING DEVICE, THE HOSBAC MINISAMPLER = DISPOSITIF D'ECHANTILLONNAGE A VOLUME CONSTANT, MINI-ECHANTILLONNEUR D'HOSBACHOSKIN IR.1974; MICROPALEONTOLOGY; ISSN 0026-2803; USA; DA. 1974; VOL. 20; NO 1; PP. 110-111Article

THERMOLUMINESCENCE. A TOOL FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS OF RECENT SEDIMENT CORES.ROBERTS HH; GRAVES WE.1972; J. SEDIMENT. PETROL.; USA; 1972, VOL. 42, NUM. 0001, P. 146 A 149Miscellaneous

DER DRILLMISCHER, EIN GERAET ZUR AUFBEREITUNG REZENTEN MIKROPALAEONTOLOGISCHEN UNTERSUCHUNGSMATERIALS. (LE MELANGEUR ROTATIF, UN APPAREIL POUR PREPARER LE MATERIEL D'ETUDE MICROPALEONTOLOGIQUE RECENT).HAAKE FW.1969; PALAEONTOL. Z.; DEU; 1969(4), VOL. 43, P. 109 A 110Miscellaneous

WHAT ARE YOU SAMPLING.MACPHERSON JM; LEWIS DW.1978; J. SEDIMENT. PETROL.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 48; NO 4; PP. 1341-1344; BIBL. 7 REF.; 1 ILL.Article

NEW DEVICES FOR SEDIMENT AND WATER SAMPLING.JONASSON A.1977; MAR. GEOL.; NETHERL.; DA. 1977; VOL. 24; NO 1; PP. M13-M21; 12 ILL.Article

SOIL - WHAT IS IT.OTHBERG KL.1976; WASHINGTON, DEPT. NAT. RESOURCES, INFORM. CIRC.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; NO 58; PP. 1-7; BIBL. 1 P.Article

LARGE EPOXY PEELS.BARR JL; DINKELMAN MG; SANDUSKY CL et al.1970; J. SEDIMENT. PETROL.; USA; 1970(3), VOL. 40, NUM. 0001, P. 445 A 449Miscellaneous

A NEW TYPE OF SEDIMENT SAMPLER.DIGERFELDT G; LETTEVALL U.1969; GEOL. FOEREN. STOCKHOLM FOERH.; SWE; 1969(9), VOL. 91, NUM. 0538-003 , P. 399 A 406Miscellaneous

A PHYSICAL MODEL FOR SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN CONVEYANCE SYSTEMS.GRAF WH; ACAROGLU ER.1968; ASS. INTERNATION. SCI. HYDROL., BULL; BEL; 1968(6), NUM. 0002, P. 20 A 39Miscellaneous

GEOCHRONOLOGY.WETHERILL GW; TILTON GR.1967; RESEARCH.IN.GEOCHEMISTRY.JOHN.WILEY.AND.SONS.INC-NEW-YORK.; 1967, VOL. 2, P. 1 A 28Miscellaneous

SOURCES AND SEDIMENT ASSOCIATIONS OF HEAVY METALS IN POLLUTED COASTAL REGIONS.FORSTNER U.sdIN: SYMP. ORIGIN DISTRIB. ELEM. 2; PARIS; 1977; VANDOEUVRE; IMPR. SCI. TERRE; DA. S.D.; PP. 180; RESUMEConference Paper

THE CHARACTERIZATION OF PLANT TISSUES BY THEIR LIGNIN OXIDATION PRODUCTSHEDGES JI; MANN DC.1979; GEOCHIM. COSMOCHIM. ACTA; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 43; NO 11; PP. 1803-1807; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

MERCURY IN MERSEY ESTUARY SEDIMENTS, AN THE ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE FOR TOTAL MERCURY.CRAIG PJ; MORTON SF.1976; NATURE; G.B.; 1976, VOL. 261, NUM. 5556, P. 125 A 126Serial Issue

INTERPRETATION OF SR+2 CONCENTRATIONS IN CARBONATE MINERALS AND ROCKS.KINSMAN DJJ.1969; J. SEDIMENT. PETROL.; USA; 1969(6), VOL. 39, NUM. 0002, P. 486 A 508Miscellaneous

DOSAGE SPECTROPHOTOMETRIQUE DU CHROME AVEC DIPHENYLCARBAZIDE APRES EXTRACTION A L'AIDE DE TRIOCTYLAMINETANAKA K; ISHIMARU A.1982; BUNSEKI KAGAKU; ISSN 0525-1931; JPN; DA. 1982; VOL. 31; NO 4; PP. 191-196; ABS. ENG; BIBL. 15 REF.; ILL.Article

QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF ELEMENTS IN SEDIMENTS AND SOILS BY X-RAY FLUORESCENCE: A DISCUSSIONSUBRAMANIAN V; TUNCER ER; LOHNES RA et al.1979; CLAYS CLAY MINER.; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 27; NO 4; PP. 305-306; BIBL. DISSEM.Article

A NEW MODEL FOR STUDYING SORPTION IN AQUEOUS SYSTEMS.WILDEMAN TR; HOLCOMBE J; MACCARTHY P et al.1977; GEOL. SOC. AMER., ABSTR. PROGRAMS; USA; DA. 1977; VOL. 9; NO 7; PP. 1227Article

ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY OF AQUATIC SEDIMENTS.PHILP RP; MAXWELL JR; EGLINTON G et al.1976; SCI. PROGR.; G.B.; DA. 1976; VOL. 63; NO 252; PP. 521-545; BIBL. 2 P.; 8 ILL.Article

SEISMIC DETECTION OF WATER SATURATION IN UNCONSOLIDATED MATERIAL.JOHNSON WE.1976; IN: PROC. 4TH ANNU. ENG. GEOL. SOILS ENG. SYMP.; BOISE; 1976; BOISE; IDAHO TRANSP. DEP.; DA. 1976; PP. 221-231; BIBL. 6 REF.; 7 ILL.Conference Paper

A DIRECT METHOD FOR MEASURING INORGANIC AND ORGANIC CARBON IN RECENT SEDIMENTS.KOTSCH RW; D'ITRI FM; UPCHURCH SB et al.1976; J. SEDIMENT. PETROL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 46; NO 4; PP. 1026-1030; BIBL. 12 REF.Article

DETERMINATION OF CARBONACEOUS MATERIAL IN SEDIMENTS BY REDUCTIVE PYROLYSIS AND SPECTROPHOTOMETRY. = DOSAGE DES MATIERES CARBONEES DANS LES SEDIMENTS PAR PYROLYSE REDUCTRICE ET SPECTROPHOTOMETRIEMCQUAKER NR; FUNG T.1975; ANN. CHEM.; U.S.A.; 1975, VOL. 47, NUM. 0008, P. 1435 A 1438Serial Issue

CAROTENOIDS.SCHWENDINGER RB.1969; ORGANIC.GEOCHEMISTRY-ED.BY.G.EGLINTON.AND.M.T.J.MURPHY-SPRINGER.VERLA; 1969, P. 425 A 437Miscellaneous

FEATURES OF THE IRON ACCUMULATION AND DISTRIBUTION IN SEDIMENTS IN THE KANDALAKSHA BAY REGION OF THE WHITE SEA.NEVESKIJ EN; SHCHERBAKOV FA.1969; OCEANOLOGY, TRADUCTION U.S. DE OKEANOLOGIJA, S.S.S.R; SUN; 1969, VOL. 9, NUM. 0004, P. 528 A 537Miscellaneous

SEISMIC ATTENUATION OF GULF COAST SEDIMENTS.TULLOS FN; REID AC.1969; GEOPHYSICS; USA; 1969(8), VOL. 34, NUM. 0004, P. 516 A 528Miscellaneous

SUSPENDED PARTICULATE MATTER : CONCENTRATION IN THE MAJOR OCEANS.JACOBS MB; EWING M.1969; SCIENCE; USA; 1969(1), VOL. 163, NUM. 3865, P. 380 A 383Miscellaneous

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