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DRUG EFFECTS IN GERIATRIC PATIENTS.WALLACE DE; WATANABE AS.1977; DRUG INTELLIG. CLIN. PHARM.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 11; NO 10; PP. 597-603; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2Article

TIME-RELATED CHANGES IN WATER QUALITY OF STOCK TANKS OF SOUTHEASTERN ARIZONA.WALLACE DE; SCHREIBER HA.sdIN: HYDROL. WATER RESOUR. ARIZ. SOUTHWEST. PROC. 1974 MEET. ARIZ. SECT., AM. WATER RESOUR. ASSOC. HYDROL. SECT., ARIZ. ACAD. SCI.; FLAGSTAFF; 1974; S.L.; DA. S.D.; PP. 144-157; BIBL. 3 REF.; 9 ILL.Conference Paper

DISPERSION OF NATURALLY OCCURRING IONS IN GROUNDWATER FROM VARIOUS ROCK TYPES IN A PORTION OF THE SAN PEDRO RIVER BASIN, ARIZONA.WALLACE DE; COOPER LR.1970; J. HYDROL.; NLD; 1970(6), VOL. 10, NUM. 0004, P. 391 A 405Miscellaneous

ESTIMATING STORAGE CAPACITY IN DEEP ALLUVIUM BY GRAVITY-SEISMIC METHODS.WALLACE DE; SPANGLER DP.1970; ASS. INTERNATION. SCI. HYDROL., BULL; BEL; 1970(6), NUM. 0002, P. 91 A 104Miscellaneous

GEOMORPHIC PARAMETERS PREDICT HYDROGRAPH CHARACTERISTICS IN THE SOUTHWEST.MURPHEY JB; WALLACE DE; LANE LJ et al.1977; WAT. RESOURCES BULL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 13; NO 1; PP. 25-38; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2; 3 ILL.Article

BACTERIOLOGICAL GROUND WATER QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS OF THE WABRUT GULCH EXPERIMENTAL WATERSHEDHANKS KS; WALLACE DE; SCHREIBER HA et al.1981; CONSERV. RES. REP., US DEP. AGRIC.; ISSN 0097-1278; USA; DA. 1981; NO 28; 13 P.; BIBL. 33 REF.Serial Issue

Coronary heart disease, chronic inflammation, and pathogenic social hierarchy: A biological limit to possible reductions in morbidity and mortalityWALLACE, Rodrick; WALLACE, Deborah; WALLACE, Robert G et al.Journal of the National Medical Association. 2004, Vol 96, Num 5, pp 609-619, issn 0027-9684, 11 p.Article

Role of soil and plant analyses in safe, sustainable agricultureWALLACE, A; WALLACE, G. A.Communications in soil science and plant analysis. 1994, Vol 25, Num 1-2, pp 55-58, issn 0010-3624Article

Water-soluble polymers help protect the environment and correct soil problemsWALLACE, A; WALLACE, G. A.Communications in soil science and plant analysis. 1994, Vol 25, Num 1-2, pp 105-108, issn 0010-3624Article

Failure of gel polymers to save huge amounts of irrigation waterWALLACE, A; WALLACE, G. A.Communications in soil science and plant analysis. 1994, Vol 25, Num 1-2, pp 117-118, issn 0010-3624Article

A possible flaw in EPA's 1993 new sludge rule due to heavy metal interactionsWALLACE, A; WALLACE, G. A.Communications in soil science and plant analysis. 1994, Vol 25, Num 1-2, pp 129-135, issn 0010-3624Article

Lead and other potentially toxic heavy metals in soilWALLACE, G. A; WALLACE, A.Communications in soil science and plant analysis. 1994, Vol 25, Num 1-2, pp 137-141, issn 0010-3624Article

Ghosts in the closets of the fertilizer industry that relate to the environmentWALLACE, A; WALLACE, G. A.Communications in soil science and plant analysis. 1994, Vol 25, Num 1-2, pp 97-100, issn 0010-3624Article

Sense with sustainable agricultureWALLACE, A.Communications in soil science and plant analysis. 1994, Vol 25, Num 1-2, pp 5-13, issn 0010-3624Article

Environmental destruction called desertificationWALLACE, A.Communications in soil science and plant analysis. 1994, Vol 25, Num 1-2, pp 101-104, issn 0010-3624Article

Consumerism, perhaps our biggest environmental problemWALLACE, A.Communications in soil science and plant analysis. 1994, Vol 25, Num 1-2, pp 159-163, issn 0010-3624Article

Soil improvement to match 21st century agricultureWALLACE, A.Communications in soil science and plant analysis. 1994, Vol 25, Num 1-2, pp 165-169, issn 0010-3624Article

The coming crisis of public health in the suburbsWALLACE, R; WALLACE, D.The Milbank quarterly. 1993, Vol 71, Num 4, pp 543-564, issn 0887-378XArticle

Interactions encoutered when supplying nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer and a water-soluble polyacrylamide to soilWALLACE, A; WALLACE, G. A.Journal of plant nutrition. 1990, Vol 13, Num 3-4, pp 343-347, issn 0190-4167Article

Effect of polymeric soil conditioners on emergence of tomato seedlingsWALLACE, A; WALLACE, G. A.Soil science. 1986, Vol 141, Num 5, pp 321-323, issn 0038-075XArticle

Ornamental plants most likely to be killed by iron deficiency and some control measuresWALLACE, A; WALLACE, G. A.Journal of plant nutrition. 1986, Vol 9, Num 3-7, pp 1009-1014, issn 0190-4167Conference Paper

Life and death in Upper Manhattan and the Bronx : toward an evolutionary perspective on catastrophic social changeWALLACE, D; WALLACE, R.Environment & planning A (Print). 2000, Vol 32, Num 7, pp 1245-1266, issn 0308-518XArticle

Resilience and persistence of the synergism of plagues : stochastic resonance and the ecology of disease, disorder and disinvestment in US urban neighborhoodsWALLACE, R; WALLACE, D.Environment & planning A (Print). 1997, Vol 29, Num 5, pp 789-804, issn 0308-518XArticle

Soil organic matter is essential to solving soil and environmental problemsWALLACE, A.Communications in soil science and plant analysis. 1994, Vol 25, Num 1-2, pp 15-28, issn 0010-3624Article

High-precision agriculture is an excellent tool for conservation of natural resourcesWALLACE, A.Communications in soil science and plant analysis. 1994, Vol 25, Num 1-2, pp 45-49, issn 0010-3624Article

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