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Microbiological techniques

T. E. Irving

Microbiological techniques

discrimination of human and animal pollution : a review

by T. E. Irving

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Published by National Rivers Authority in Bristol .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Research contractor: WRc plc.

StatementT.E. Irving, S. Denny and E.G. Carrington.
SeriesR&D note / National Rivers Authority -- 208
ContributionsDenny, S., Carrington, E. G., National Rivers Authority., Water Research Centre.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18991940M

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