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SELECTED WATER RESOURCES ABSTRACTS is published semimonthly for the Water Resources Scientific Information Center (WRSIC) by the National Tech- nical Information Service (NTIS), U.S. Department of Commerce. NTIS was established September 2, 1970, as a new primary operating unit under the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Science and Technology to improve public access to the many products and services of the Department. Information services for Federal scientific and technical report literature previously pro- vided by the Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information will now be provided by NTIS.

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As the Nation's principal conservation agency, the Department of the Interior has basic responsibilities for water, fish, wildlife, mineral, land, park, and recreational resources. Indian and Territorial affairs are other major concerns of America's Department of Natural Resources."

The Department works to assure the wisest choice in managing all our resources so each will make its full contribution to a better United States-now and in the future.

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FOREWORD

Selected Water Resources Abstracts, a semimonthly journal, includes abstracts of current and earlier pertinent monographs, journal articles, reports, and o h er pub icatfon formats. The contents of these documents cover he water- related aspects of the life, physical, and social sciences as well as related eng, neering and legal aspects of the characteristics, conservation, contro , use or ^nagement of water. Each abstract includes a full ™**^££™ and a set of descriptors or identifiers which are l.sted in the Water Resources Thesaurus (November 1966 edition). Each abstract entry is classified into ten fields and sixty groups similar to the water resources research categories established by the Committee on Water Resources Research of the Federal Council for Science and Technology.

WRSIC IS NOT PRESENTLY IN A POSITION TO PROVIDE COPIES OF DOCU- MENTS ABSTRACTED IN THIS JOURNAL. Sufficient bibliographic information is given to enable readers to order the desired documents from local libraries or other sources.

Selected Water Resources Abstracts is designed to serve the scientific and technical information needs of scientists, engineers, and managers as one of severe I panned services of the Water Resources Scientific Information Center WRSIC). The Center was established by the Secretary of the Interior and has been designated by the Federal Council for Science and Technology to serve the water resources community by improv.ng the communication of water-related research results. The Center is pursuing this objective by co- ordinating and supplementing the existing scientific and technical '"formation activities associated with active research and investigation program in water resources.

To provide WRSIC with input, selected organizations with active water resources research programs are supported as "centers of competence' responsible for selecting, abstracting, and indexing from the current and earlier pertinent literature in specified subject areas.

Additional "centers of competence" have been established in cooperation with the Environmental Protection Agency, Water Quality Office. A directory of the Centers appears on page iv.

The input from these Centers, and from the 51 Water Resources Research Institutes administered under the Water Resources Research Act of 1964. as well as input from the grantees and contractors of the Office of Water Re- sources Research and other Federal water resources agencies with which the Center has agreements becomes the information base from which this journal is and other information services will be, derived; these serv.ces include bibliographies, specialized indexes, literature searches, and state-of-the-art reviews.

Comments and suggestions concerning the contents and arrangements of this bulletin are welcome.

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CENTERS OF COMPETENCE AND THEIR SUBJECT COVERAGE

Ground and surface water hydrology at the Water Resources Division of the U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Department of the Interior.

Metropolitan water resources management at the Center for Urban Studies of the University of Chicago.

Eastern United States water law at the College of Law of the University of Florida.

Policy models of water resources systems at the Department of Water Re- sources Engineering of Cornell University.

Water resources economics at the Water Resources Center of the University of Wisconsin.

Design and construction of hydraulic structures; weather modification; and evaporation control at the Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colorado. '

Eutrophication at the Water Resources Center of the University of Wisconsin jointly sponsored by the EPA-Water Quality Office, Soap and Detergent Asso- ciation, and the Agricultural Research Service.

Water resources of arid lands at the Office of Arid Lands Studies of the University of Arizona.

Water well construction technology at the National Water Well Association.

Water-related aspects of nuclear radiation and safety at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

Supported by the Environmental Protection Agency in cooperation with WRSIC.

Thermal pollution at the Department of Sanitary and Water Resources Engineering of Vanderbilt University.

Textile wastes pollution at the School of Textiles of North Carolina State University.

Water quality requirements for freshwater and marine organisms at the College of Fisheries of the University of Washington.

Wastewater treatment and management at the Center for Research in Water Resources of the University of Texas.

Agricultural livestock wastes at the Department of Agricultural Engineering of Iowa State University.

Methods for chemical and biological identification and measurement of pollutants at the Analytical Quality Control Laboratory of the Water Quality Office of the Environmental Protection Agency.

Coastal pollution at the Oceanic Research Institute.

Water treatment plant waste pollution control at American Water Works Association Research Foundation.

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A NOTE ON THE INDEXES . . .

This cumulation is an index of AUTHORS, ORGANIZATIONS, and ACCESSION NUMBERS appearing in the 1971 issues of SELECTED WATER RESOURCES ABSTRACTS. A table is provided below to facilitate the location of abstracts.

Inclusive Abstract Numbers will be found in Issue Number and Date

W7 1-00001 W71 00550 W71-00551 W71-01100 W71-01101 W71-01650 W71-01651 W71-02200 W7 1 -02201— W7 1-02750 W7 1 -0275 1—W7 1-03300 W7 1 -0330 1—W7 1-03850 W7 1-03851 W7 1-04350 W71-04351 W71-04850 W7 1 -0485 1— W7 1-05334 W71-05335— W71-05835 W7 1 -05836 W7 1 -06455 W7 1 -06456 W7 1 -07058 W7 1 -07059— W7 1 -0770 1 W7 1-07702 W7 1-08321 W7 1 -08322— W7 1-08941 W7 1 -08942— W7 1 -09464 W7 1 -09465 W7 1 -0993 1 W7 1 -09932— W7 1-10449 W7 1-10450 W7 1-10969 W7 1-10970 W7 1-1 1642 W7 1 - 1 1 643— W7 1 - 1 2244 W71-12245— W71-13100 W71-13101— W71-14000

1 January 1, 1971

2 January 15, 1971

3 February 1, 1971

4 February 15, 1971

5 March 1, 1971

6 March 15, 1971

7 April 1, 1971

8 April 15, 1971

9 May 1, 1971

10 May 15, 1971

11 June 1, 1971

12 June 15, 1971

13 July 1, 1971

14 July 15, 1971

15 August 1, 1971

16 August 15, 1971

17 September 1, 1971

18 September 15, 1971

19 October 1, 1971

20 October 15, 1971

21 November 1, 1971

22 November 15, 1971

23 December 1, 1971

24 December 15, 1971

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'TnGINeIrING COST ANALYSIS FOR BEAVER IRRIGATION fROJECT. U71-00812 °3P "" °2

'"hTaBANDONMENT DECISION UNDER UNCERTAINTY, W71-00761 06B *" 02

STEINBRAKBR V CROUSE (ABANDONMENT OF PROPERTY IN NAVIGABLE

"i"?Ub °6e m 03

"J"!"? IOCKPCRT V MCCOLLUM (RIGHT OF CITY TO ABATE NUISANCE CAUSED BY OBSTRUCTION TC SIRE AMFLCW) . W71-00522 06E "" 01

INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN POR HATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT A CASE STUDY OF THE WISCONSIN RIVER BASIN, VC1. 8, SECTION J - THE ECONOMIC AND FISCAL ASPECTS OF A REGIONAL WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, 1171-05383 05G »» 11

ALKALINE SCALE ABATEMENT BY CARBON DICXIDE INJECTION,

II71-06U58 °3* «" 13

ENFORCEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF WAIER QUALITY STANDARDS.

W71-10126 °6E BU 1S

FREEDHAN V BOROUGH OF BEST HAZELTON (PUBLIC NUISANCE CAUSED

BY DISCHARGE OP SEWAGE INTC DITCH).

W71-10197 °6* ** 19

CONTROL OF KAZARCOUS POLLUTING SUBSTANCES. W71-1076U 05G WU 20

"f^BLEM OF THE CLASSIFICATION AND SPATIAL VARIABILITY OP THE ALBEDO OF A HOMOGENEOUS GLACIER SURFACE DURING THE ABLATION

»71-?3971 02C WU 08

DESCRIPTION AND EVOLUTION OF SNOW AND ICE FEATURES AND SNOW SURFACE FORMS ON THE KASKAWULSH GLACIER, W71-05097 02C WU 10

SNCW FACIES AND STRATIGRAPHY ON THE KASKAWULSH GLACIER, W71-05098 02C WU 10

ESTIMATE OF GLACIERS SECULAR (19U8-1966) VOLUMETRIC CHANGE AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO THE DISCHARGE IN THE UPPER NORTH SASKATCHEWAN RIVER EASIN, W71-05593 °2C «« 11

THE INFLUENCE OF THE RADIATION FACTCE ON THE GROWING ANE

SHRINKING OF GLACIERS,

W71-06935 02C WU 13

MORPHOLOGY AND ABLATION PROCESSES CN GLACIER ICE,

W71-07953 °2C <"• 15

TERRAIN AND COVER EFFECTS ON SNOUMELT IN A WESTERN WHITE

PINE FCREST,

W71-0e85U OUC WU 16

ON THE ORIGIN OF ABIATICN HOLLOWS (POLYGONS) CN SNOW, H71-136U0 02C WU 2U

SBeSbRYON?cVDE?™eNT OF THE PIKE (ESCX LUCIUS L.) WHEN INCUBATED UNDER DIFFERENT OXYGEN CONDITIONS. W71-0306U 05C WU 06

ABNORMAL FLUID PRESSURE .«■»-.,,

PERMEABILITY CONSIDERATIONS IN GENERATION OF AENORMAL PRESSURES, 1I71-1361U 02F *"* 2"

GENETIC PROBLEMS OF HOT DESERT POPULATIONS CF SIMPLE

TECHNOLOGY,

W71-05U81 02! " 11

'"he DYNAMICS OF SEDIMENTARY ENVIRONMENTS IN THE LIGHT OF HISTOGRAM TYPES OF GRAIN ABRASION, W71-08108 °2J WU 15

MINERAL STUDIES IN THE GR AV ITATICN-GE ADIENT FIELD 2. CHANGES OF QUARTZ SANE DENSITY DUE TC NATURAL AND EXPERIMENTAL 'MATURATION', H71-09323 °2J ■« 17

DURABILITIES OF SANE SIZE SCHIST AND 'VOLCANIC ROCK FRAGMENTS DURING ELUVIAl TRANSPORT, ELK CREEK, ELACK HILLS, SOUTH DAKOTA, W71-10329 02J •« 19

ABSORBENT SUBSTRATE

THE DIGESTION CF POULTRY FECES UNDER CAGES, W71-0U929 05D WU 10

INFLUENCE OF ARSENIC OXIDE IONS ON THE ABSORPTION OF PHOSPHATE IONS BY CKLORELLA (IN FRENCH), W71-00102 °2K «" 01

OBSERVATIONS ON WATER-REPELLENT SCILS IN WESTERN UNITED

02G WU 01

STATES, W71-0015U

OSMOTIC AND 'TOXIC EFFECTS OF SALINITY ON GERMINATION OF

EHASEOLUS VULGARIS L. SEEDS,

W71-01702 °21 »» 0I4

STATISTICAL DETERMINATION OF PERMEABILITY BY THE POBE SIZE

DISTRIBUTION IN POBOUS MEDIA,

W71-0193U

02G WU OU

POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS (PCB) SOLUBILIZED IN WATER BY

NONIONIC SURFACTANTS FOR STUDIES OF TOXITY TO AQUATIC

ANIMALS,

1171-02682 05C WU 05

INFLUENCE OF MINERALS ON SR90 AND CS137 UPTAKE BY BEAN

$71-02867 05C WU 06

VACUUM UV ABSORPTION SPECTRA OF LIQUID WATER ANC ICE,

W71-03U31

02K WU 07

CESIUM UPTAKE BY SUDANGRASS SEEDLINGS FROM FOUR SOILS IN

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,

W71-03U96

021 WU 07

DESIGN OF ACTIVATED CARBON ADSORPTION BEDS, H71-03e97 °5D U" 08

IN VIVO ASSIMILATION BY COD MUSCLE ANC LIVER TISSUE OP ELEMENTAL PHOSPHORUS FROM POLLUTED SEA WATER,

W71-0U52U

05C WU 09

PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF FIVE LITTER MATERIALS.

W71-0U926

05D WU 10

ON THE NUTRITION AND METABOLISM OF ZOOPLANKTON. VI I. SEASONAL SURVEY OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS EXCRETION BY CALANUS IN THE CLYDE SEA-AREA,

W71-0U965

021 WU 10

OIL SOAKED STRAW HARVESTING TECHNIQUES

W71-05325

05G WU 10

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE PRODUCTION OF BACTERIA IN in" AND CONSUMPTION OF EACTERIA BY DAPHNIA, (IN RUSSIAN),

WAT W71-05397

WATER BALANCE IN LEAF TISSUE, W71-05709

05F WU 11

02D WU 11

THE PARTITIONING OF RESISTANCES TO PHOTOS YNTH ETIC CARBON

DIOXIDE UPTAKE IN THE LEAF,

W71-05713 021 X" 11

METABOLISM OF QUIN ALDIN E (2-METH YL-QUINOLI HE) . UPTAKE AND

EXCRETION BY NURSE SHARKS,

W71-0632U

05C WU 12

ON METHANE OXIDIZING EACTERIA IN FRESH WATERS. !• INTRODUCTION TO THE PROBLEM AND INVESTIGATIONS ON THE PRESENCE OF OELIGATE METHANE OXIDIZERS, H71-07356 05C X" 1"

SHELL FIRE DYING PEACEFULLY, W71-07669

05G WU 1U

CONCENTRATION OF STRONTI0B-85 AND CESIUM-137 FROM WATER SOLUTIONS EY CLADOPHORA AND PITHCEHORA,

W71-08032

05A WU 15

THE EFFECT OF DETERGENTS ON GAS ABSORPTION PROCESSES, W71-08592 °5D WU 16

'STUDIES OF THE NATURAL ALPHA-EMITTING RADIOISOTOPES IN MARINE ORGANISMS, W71-0865U

05C WU 16

IMBIBITION BY ALKALI SACATON SEEDS, W71-088U3 021 WU 16

MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR EVALUATING THE TRANSEORT AND

ACCUMULATION CF RADIONUCLIDES,

W71-09008 05B UU 11

RADIONUCLIDE CYCLING IN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS,

H71-09011 05C »" 17

COLUMBIA RIVER STUDIES. ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT, 1968-1969,

W71-0901U 05G WU 17

RADIOECOLOGICAL STUDIES ON THE COLUMBIA RIVER. PART I,

W71-09017 05B »» 17

STUDY OF THE MANGANESE CYCLE IN FRENCH WATERS AND IN ERINE

USING MN-5U,

W71-09019

0 5C WU 17

ACCUMULATION OF RADIONUCLIDES IN FISH, (IN GERMAN)

W71-0902U

05C WU 17

LOW AMBIENT LEVEL UPTAKE OF 1UC-DDT BY THREE SPECIES OF

MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON.

W71-09035

05A WU 17

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ABS-ABS

DYNAMICS OF MS-222 IN THE BLOOD AND BRAIN OF FBESHBATEB

FISHES DUBING ANETHESIA,

W71-09009 05C BO 17

INITIAL UPTAKE, DISTRIBUTION AND ICSS CF SOLUBLE BH-106 IN BABINE ANC EBESBBATER OBGANISHS IN IABOBATOBY CONDITIONS B71-09168 05C UK 17

ERODUCTION, HINERAL NUTRIENT ABSORPTION. AND EIOCHEHICAL

ASSIHILATION BY JUSTICIA AMERICANA AND ALTERN ANTHERA

PHILCXEROIDES,

B71-09178 05C BO 17

COEFFICIENTS OF ACCUMULATION OF THE RADIOISOTOPE IRON-59 BY CERTAIN SPECIES OF FRESH BATER PIANIS, "71-09180 05C BU 17

INITIAL UPTAKE, DISTRIBUTION AND LOSS OF SOLUBLE ROTHENIUM-

106 IN MARINE AND FRESHBATER ORGANISMS IN LABORATORY

CONDITIONS,

B71-09182 05C NO 17

ECOLOGICAL STUDIES OF RADIOACTIVITY IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER ESTUARY AND ADJACENT PACIFIC OCEAN. EROGFESS REPORT JULY 1, 1968-JUNE 30, 1969. PART B, BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS. B71-09191 05C 14 17

MECHANISMS OF THE ACCUMULATION OF ELUTC NIUM-239 AND POLONIUM

210 BY THE BROBN ALGA ASCOPHYLLUM NODOSUM AND MARINE

PHYTOPLANKTON,

B71-09193 05C BU 17

RADIONUCLIDE CYCLING IN NATURAL POPULATIONS OF AMPHIBIANS ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT, JUNE 16, 1969-JUNE 15 1970 B71-C9227 05C BU 17

USSR REPORTS ON RADIOACTIVITY IN HAN AND THE ENVIRONMENT B71-09228 05C i<l 17

EVALUATION OF RADIOACTIVE POLLUTION TFANSFER TO OCEAN AND

SEA FOOD CHAINS (IN FRENCH) ,

B71-09229 05C BU 17

LEVEL OF RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINATION IN THE ENVIRONMENT AND IN THE FOOD CHAIN. ANNUAL REPORT, 1968 (IN FRENCH) B71-09230 05C BU 17

SUBJECT INDEX

RADIATION SURVEILLANCE NUCLEAR STATION, H71-092U9

MONITOBING THE ENVIRONS OF A 05A BU 17

RADIOECOLOGICAL STUDIES OF TRITIUM MOVEMENT IN A TROPICAL RAIN FOREST. THE PROCEEDINGS CF THE SYMECSIUM ON ENGINEERING BITH NUCLEAR EXPLOSIVES, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, JAN. 10-16,

B71-09253 05C BU 17

AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ASSIMILATION CF ELEMENTAL PHOSPHOROUS BY NEBFOUNDLAND MARINE ORGANISMS IN THE 1969 POLLUTION EROELEM AND IN 1970 MONITORING OPERATIONS, B71-0938U 05A B<l 17

THE EFFECT OF SIZE ON THE UPTAKE CF DET FBOH BATEB EY FISH B71-09389 05C BO 17

EFFECTS OF SALINITY ON UPTAKE OF DCT, DDE AND DDD BY FISH B71-09390 05C BU 17

ALTERNATIVE METHODS FCR EHOSEH06US BFMCVA1, B71-09U50 05D BO 17

A LABORATORY STUDY OF THE SOLUBLE METALS IN ROCK FROM THE

BBOAE OUAERANGLE, GEORGIA,

171-09*66 02K 16

COLUMBIA RIVER STUDIES 1965-1970, UF1AKE CF FE-55 BY MUSSELS FROM THE BASHINGTON COAST, 1962-1969, B71-09505 05C BU 18

COLUMBIA RIVER STUDIES 1969-1970, ZIKC BICLOGICAL HALF-LIFE FCF OYSTERS IN A NATURAL ENVIRONMENT, B71-09506 05C Bit 18

A CUICK METHOD FOR THE RADIOCHEMICAL DETERMINATION OF CESIUM

137 IN BATER (IN GERMAN) ,

B71-09511 05A Bit 18

SOLUTION OF ION ACTIVITY AND PLANI GRCBTH, B71-09621 02G BU 16

ECHINODERMS AN AUTORADIOGRAPHIC STUDY OF ASSIMILATION OP

DISSOLVED ORGANIC MOLECULES,

B71-09662 05C BU 18

THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE MAJOB AND SCEI MINOF ELEMENTS IN (ARINE ANIMALS, PART II. MOLLUSCS, B71-09982 05A BU 19

TRACE METAL ACCUMULATION BY THE AMERICAN EASTERN OYSTER

CRASSOSTREA VIRGINICA,

B71-10209 05C BU 19

CHLORINATED HYDROCARBON PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN BINTER FLOUNDER, PSEUDO-PLEURONECTES AMERICANUS, FROM THE BEBEANTIC RIVER ESTUARY, MASSACHUSETTS, B71-10212 05C BU 19

EFFECT OF DECREASED SATE OF BATER AESCRETICN ON BATER

BALANCE OF LEAF TISSUE,

B71-10U89 02D BU 20

?n^of,LTfB0"BT1ES °F LEA,ES 0t SCBE SPECIES II ABIC SOUTH ■71-10095 021 BU 20

THE OPTAKE AND DISTRIBUTION OF CHLORINATED BESIDOES BT GOLDFISH (CARASSIDS AORAIOS) FED A C- 10-DIELDBI I CCNTAMINATED DIET, ■71-10506 05c Mll 20

METABOLISM OF PESTICIDES IN NABINE ORGANISMS, I. PBELIHIBAEY STUDY OF ACCUMULATION AND TR ANSFORHATICB OF DOT-IOC Bt TBI ECLYCHAETE NEREIS DIVERSICOLOR. (GERMAN STOPEBICBSEL VOB PESTICIDEN IN MARINEN OBGANISHEN I VOSLAVPIGE UBTEB SUCHONGEN UBER DIE VMBANDLUBG OND AKKUH VIATIOB YOB DDT-10C DVBCH DEN POLYCHAEIEN NEREIS DI VIRSICOLCF, B71-10558 05c „,, 2J

THE ACCUMULATION OF DDT BY THE DBAGOMFLY ITHPH.

TETBAGONEUBIA,

■71-11003 05C BU 21

STUDIES ON THE ASSIHILATION OF 1 , 1 . 1-TBICHLOFO-2.2-BIS (P- CHLOROPHENYL) ETHANE (DDT) BY CBASSOSTFEA VIBGIBICA GBEIIB, B71-1 1605 05C HO 22

INFLUENCE OF SURFACE ACTIVE AGENTS CB OXYGEN AESOBFTICB TC THE FREE INTERFACE IN A STIBRED FEBHEBTOB, B71-12177 05B BU 22

DEMISING OF EXCHANGEABLE CATIOBS IB EBEE-SBEILIBG EEBTOII1E

■71-1237S 02G BO 23

OIL SPILL TREATMENT BITH COMPOSTED DOMESTIC BEEOSE. ■71-13071 05G BU 23

A DISCUSSION OF THE FUTURE OIL SFILl FBCBLEB IB THE ARCTIC ■71-13088 05G wa 23

SELECTIVE ASSUMPTION OF HN 5U BY THE MOLLUSC PIBBA HOBIUS ■71-13230 05C »0 21

(IE HCLE DES INVERTEBRES HARINS DANS LE COBOL ET LE TRANSPORT DES RADIONUCLIDES) , THE ROLE OF MARINE INVERTEBRATES IN THE ACCUMULATION AND TRANSPORT OF RADIONUCLIDES, ■71-13201 OSC BU 20

THE BOLE OF ALGAE IN CYCLING OF BADIOBOCLIDES . ■71-13203 05C HO 20

UFTAKE AND RELEASE OF SOLUBLE ORTHOEHOSPHATE IB AB ACTIVATES ■71-13327 05D BO 20

TBANSPOBT OF CESIOM-137. INTERACTION BITH BEC SECIBENTS, ■71-13386 05B BO 20

THE UPTAKE AND CONCENIBATICN OF FLUCSIDI EI TBE ELOE CRAE CAILINECTES SAPIDUS, '

■71-13802 OSC BO 20

AESTBACTS

BOOKS, PUBLICATIONS, PROJECT COMPLETION BIFOBTS, ABC R S

AND EH.C THESIS.

■71-00300 09A HO 01

HBIS EULLETIN-DEVILOPHINT ISSOE. ■71-0039S 10 NO 01

THE ROLE OF MIXING IN STRATIFIED FLCBS - AB ABBCIATED

EIEIICGFAEBY,

■71-00650 02E BO 02

PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE MATES BESOUBCIS RESIABCH -

1970.

■71-01192 09A BO 03

COASTAL/ESTOARINE POLIUTIOB, AN ANNOTATED BIBLICGRAFHY ■71-01788 05C HO 00

INVENTORY OF RESEARCH PROJECTS IB THE PACIFIC ICBIBHE'I

SUPPLEMENT NUMBER ONE.

■71-02307 09A HO 05

HYDROLOGY OF LIMESTONE TEBRANES - ANNOTATED BIELICGBAPBY CE

CAREONATI ROCKS,

"71-03109 02F HO 06

ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAFHY CN ARTIFICIAL EECHABGE CE

GBCUNDHATEE, 1955-67,

■71-03130 OOB HO 06

A STUDY OF BATEB RESOURCES INFORMATION SEBVICES, B71-03317 io BO 07

AESTRACIS OF LITERATURE ON THE DISTILLATION OF SEAHATEB ABO ON THE USE OF NUCLEAR ENERGY FOB DESALTING. H71-00226 03A BO Oe

BATER RESOURCES RESEAECB IN NEBRASKA, "71-05068 09A HO 11

SIMULATION OF A HATER RESOURCE SYSTEH, FINAL BEFOST. H71-06066 05G HO 12

SEHERAGE AND SEHAGE TEEAIBENT,

H71-06897 05D HO 13

ABSIRACTS OF PUBLICATIONS REPORTING PESOLIS OF EESIABCB, H71-07051 09D HO 13

SUBJECT INDEX

AES-ACC

L»K( AND RIVER POLLUTION, AN ANNOTATE: BIELIOGRAPHY.

1)71-08198 05B "" 16

THE STUDY OF THE PHYSICAL. CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL NATURE OF

WATIE QUALITY UNDER UTAH CONDITIONS.

117 1-09268 05A "" ''

IDENTIFICATION AND INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF SECONDARY BENEFITS

IN WATERWAYS DEVELOPMENT,

W71-CS269 06E »» 11

A SELECTED ANNOTATEE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE ANALYSIS OF WATER

RESOURCE SYSTEMS. SECCND VOLUME.

1)71-09165 06» 18

AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON IHE DESIGN OF WATER RESOURCES

W71-09938 °6A " 19

SEDIMENTATION-ANNOTATED BIELIOGRAPHY OF FOREIGN LITERATURE FOR 1968 AND 1969, SURVEY NO. 6. 1)71-10031 °^J "U 15i

TRACE ELEMENTS IN WATER W71-10190

A BIBLIOGRAPHY. 05E WI 19

MERCURY IN WATER W71-10191

STRONTIUM IN WATER 1)71-10192

A BIBLIOGRAPHY.

05B WH 19

A BIBL1CGRAEHY.

05B WI 19

CCFfER IN WATER - A BIBLIOGRAPHY. N71-10193 05B WI 19

MANGANESE IN WATER - A BIBLIOGRAPHY. 1171-10191 05B "" 1?

MAGNESIUM IN WATER - A BIBIICGRA PHY . 1)71-10195 °5B ■"' 19

ZINC IN WATER - A BIBI ICGRAPHY . H71-10196

05B W1 19

PUBLICATION RELATED TC WATER RESOURCES EESEARCH CENTER

PROJECTS 1965-71 AESTRACT- INDEX .

W71-11730 10 »1 '2

ARSENIC AND LEAD IN WATER W71-12036

A BIBLICGEAEHY. 05B W1 22

INSTITUTIONAL ASPECTS OF WATER EESCUECES EEVELOPMENT - A

BIELIOGRAPHY.

W71-1268B °6E »'• 23

"cHaSgING AGRICULTURAL PRACTICE IN AN ARABIAN OASIS A CASE

STUDY OF THE AL'AIN OASIS, AEU DHAEI.

W71-03333 °3F « "

ANNUAL REPOET, 1970-1971. W71-13569

021 W1 21

"soSe'eIOGEOChImICAL CONSIDERATIONS ON THE RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINATION OF MARINE BIOTA AND ENVIRONMENTS, W71-05531 °SA »« 11

AEYSSAL CCEAN WATER THE DEEP METABOLISM WATER, W71-10700

OXYGEN CONSUMPTION IN AEYSSAL OCEAN 05E W1 20

ABYSSAL PLAINS

THE SLOPE OF ABYSSAL PLAINS, W71-09601

02J W1 1S

SCECO-PBYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES ON PLANTS IN ARID AND SEMI-ARID

REGIONS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. II HELD PHYSIOLOGY OF ACACIA CRASPEBOCARPA F. MUELL.,

W71-03335 021 » « 07

^EVALUATION OF ACARICIDES FOR CONTROL OF THE STRAWBERRY SFIDER MITE ON COTTON AND ALFALFA, W71-02875 031 14 06

POPULATION DYNAMICS AND SALINITY TOLERANCE CF HYADESIA EDSCA (LOHMAN) (ACARINA, SAECOPTIFORMES) FRCB BRACKISH WATER BCCKFOCLS, WITH NOTES ON THE MICROEN V IRON MENT INSIDE ENTERCMORPHA TUEES, W71-08026 C5C *" lj

^ANALOG SIMULATION OF POEULATICN AGE STRUCTURES, W71-09211 021 *" 11

ACNORFo"EANdTr?NV MCCOY (RAIIROAD'S FILL DIVERTS RIVER. ERCCING FARMLAND . W71-03286 06E HI 06

PRINCIPAL COMPONENTS ANALYSIS CF WATERSHED VARIABLES AFFECTING SUSPENDED SEDIMENT DISCHARGE AFTER A MAJOR FLOOD, U71-08837 02J W1 16

ACM0VEMeJtNOFFsSaLL GAS BUBBLES IN SMOOTHLY DECELERATING LIQUID,

1)71-09811

08B W1 18

''tUR^INE-Ef'fIcIeNCY MEASUREMENTS USING A CCMMERCIAL QUART2 THERMOMETER, H71-12895 08C "a "

ACSOUNDRMARINE AND MACHINE CORP V WESTCHESTER COUNTY

(INTERFERENCE WITH RIGHT OF ACCESS TO AND FROM NAVIGABLE

!"-01M! 06E W1 03

BAKER V VOSS (TITLE TC BEDS OF NAVIGABLE WATERS).

W71-02175 06E »» 0U

JACKVONY V POWEL (PUBLIC PASSAGE BETWEEN HIGH AND LOW WATER

"voaiu "6E wi oi

ROBERTSON V BROOKSVILLE AND I RY (CONDEMNATION OF ACCESS TO WATER NECESSARY FOR RAILROAD OPERATION). 1)71-02101 °6E »* 05

PIZANIE V GADTHREAUX (MEANING OF 'RIVER BANKS' IN DETERMINING EXTENT OF PUBLIC USE). W71-03073 06E "" 06

PROPERTY— WHARFING OUT RIPARIAN CWNEF EEEMITIED TO USE

EIlTeC-IN SWAMP AS A WHARF TO REACH NAVIGABLE WATER,

W71-01652 06E W" °'

IN RE JAMAICA BAY (COMPENSATION FOR CONDEMNATION OF RIPARIAN

BIGHT OF ACCESS) .

W71-05235 06E V" 10

ROBINSON V FRED B HIGGINS CO (CONSTRUCTION OF PIER REQUIRES

PERMISSION OF UPLAND CWNER) .

,171-05391 06E "" 11

COUNTY OF BECKER V SHEVLIN LAND CO (RIGHT TO CONNECT

NAVIGABLE STREAMS WITH HIGHWAYS).

W71-06099 06E HU 12

ARNOLD'S INN, INC V MORGAN (REQUIRED REMOVAL OF OBSTACLES TO

RIPARIAN ACCESS) .

W71-06569 06E B" 13

THE LAW RELATING TO ACCESS TO PUBLIC WATERS IN NEW

HAMPSHIRE,

1)71-06906 06E Wa 13

ACCESSIBILITY ,„_«.-

ACCESSIBILITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, 1)71-02155 06B «« 01t

ACCROMAMIE V STONE (LIABILITY FOR DEATH CAUSED BY IMPROPER MOORING IN NAVIGABLE RIVER). 1,71-00772 °6E «« 02

THE VICTOR (OBSIRUCTICN TC NAVIGATION).

W71-01160 06E "** 03

FLORIDA EAST COAST RY V ACHESON (LIABILITY FOR OBSTRUCTION

TO NAVIGATION).

W71-02171 06E "M uu

MORROW STEAMSHIP CO V SUPERIOR WATER, LIGHT AND POWER CO (LIABILITY FOR ACCIDENT CAUSED BY CABLE BEING FLOATED ON

CONTROL OF SPILLAGE OF HAZARDOUS POLLUTING SUBSTANCES, 1)71-01615 °5G WI 09

A MARINE KILL ON NEW JERSEY WRECKS,

W71-01836 °5C " 09

PREVENTION OF POLLUTION BY OIL AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS IN

MARINE OPERATIONS,

U71-05326 °5G "* 10

CIL POLLUTION OF COASTAL AND INLAND WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER THE WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 1970, 1)71-07191 06E W" 1"

THE ANATCBY OF AN IN-TRANSIT SPILL, W71-09510 05G H11 16

CONTAMINATION OF THE RIVER WATER BY THE FALLOUT AFTER

EXTREME REACTOR ACCIDENT (IN GERMAN),

1)71-10621 °5B »« 20

GELLING CRUDE OILS TO REDUCE MARINE ECLLUIICN FF.CM TANKER

CIL SPILLS.

1171-11371 °5G WI 21

UNITED STATES V THE CATHERINE (DISCHARGE FROM VESSELS OF OIL

UPON NAVIGAELE WATERS).

W71-11811 06E **

tlNTTED STATES V THE CATHERINE (LIABILITY OF VESSEL FOR DISCHARGE OF OIL RESULTING FROM AN UNAVOIDABLE ACCIDENT). W71-12306 °6E »« 23

AVOIDANCE OF ACCIDENTAL AND DELIBERATE POLLUTION, 1)71-13753 °5G »" 2"

DETECTION BY SATELLITE, W71-13759

05G W4 21

SUBJECT INDEX

THE PROCESS OF THE STRUGGLE AGAINSI ACCIDENTAL POLLUTION BY HYDROCARBONS. ADVANTAGES AND I NCC N VE HE NCES OF THE DIVERSE PROCESSES LES PROCEDES DE LUTTE CONTRE LES PCLLDTICNS ' ACCIDENTELLES PAR LES HYDROCARBURES, W71-13770 05G 84 24

EXECUTIVE ACTION W71-13773

NATIONAL PLANS,

05G "4 21

PLAN Of STRUGGLE AGAINST THE ACCIDENTAL AND MASSIVE POLLUTIONS FROB HYDRCCAREONS REJECTED INTO THE SEA, PLAN DE LUTTE CONTRE LES POLLUTIONS ACCIDE NTE ILES EI BASSIVES PAR HYDROCARBURES REJETES EN HER, "■"» FAH

171-13776 05G „„ 2U

ACCLIBATIZATION

TOLERANCE OF MYSIS RELICTA TO THEHBAI SHOCK AND LIGHT. "71-03189 05c „„ 06

RESPONSES OF NATIVE AND MIGRANT DESERT RESIDENTS TO ARID

LAC1IC AND PYRUVIC ACID CHANGES IN ELUEGILL SUNFISH (LEPOMIS MACROCHIROS RAFINESOUE) DURING GRADUAL HYPOXIA AT TWO ACCLIMATION IEBPERATURES (5 AND 20C), W71-06320 05c B„ 12

THE INFLUENCE OF ACCLIBATICN IEBEERAIURE CN THE LIPID COBFOSITICN OF FISH GUI BITOCHCNDFI A , W71-06321 05C W4 12

EFFECTS OF TEBPERATUSE ON SERUM PROTEIN COMPONENTS IN THE KILLIFISH, FUNDULUS H ETEFOCLITUS , W71-07145 05C 14 14

SPECTRUM OF BIOLOGICAL CONCERNS FROB POWER PLANT THERBAI

DISCHARGES,

W71-C8302 05C W4 15

II. SUBLETHAL EFFECTS AND CHANGES IN ECOSYSTEMS

ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTS OF POLLUTANTS ON PHYSIOLOGY AND

BEHAVIOUR,

W71-09679 05C B<1 18

THERMAL ACCLIMATION AND TEBPERATURE SEIECTION IN ATLANTIC SALMON, SALMO SALAR, AND RAINECW TRCUT, S. GAIRCNERI "71-11593 05C W4 21

ACCOUSTICAL LOGGING

USE OF GEOPHYSICAL LOGS IN SOIL ENGINEERING, "71-05310 080 m, 10

ACCOUSTICS

PREDICTION OF IN-SITU ACOUSTIC AND EIASTIC PROPERTIES OF

MARINE SEDIBENIS,

"71-09096 Q2J "II 17

ACCRETIONS(LEGAL ASPECTS)

STATE EX REL DUFFY V LAKEFRONT EASI FIFIY-FIF1H ST CORP (TITLE DISPUTE IN LITTORAI RELICTION). "71-00509 06E "4 01

IRIS V TOUN OF HINGHAB (DIVISION OF FIAIS ADJACENT TO

RIPARIAN LAND) .

"71-C0510 06E "4 01

KILLBASTER V ZEIDLER (ADVERSE POSSESSION OF RIPARIAN TRACT

AND ITS ACCRETIONS) .

"71-05536 Q6E "4 11

ACCEETICN (LEGAL ASPECTS)

ASND V HARRINGTON (IITLE EY ACCRETION VERSUS TITLE EY

ADVERSE POSSESSION) .

"71-00090 06E "4 01

UNITED STATES V FLOHER (DISPUTE TC LAND CREATED BY

AVULSION) .

"71-00234 Q6E "4 01

PETERSON V CITY OF ST JOSEFH (TITIE TC ACCRETION TO ISLAND) "71-00439 Q6E "4 01

HARPER V LEARNED (BOUNDARY DISPUTE OVER BATTURE LANDI "71-00490 06E "4 01

LOSSING V SHULL (ONE "HO ACQUIRES HUE TC BAIN LAND BY ADVERSE POSSESSION ACCUIRES TITLE 10 ACCRETED LANDI. "71-00491 06E "4 01

MAGINNIS LAND AND IMPROVEMENT CO V BARCELIO (OWNERSHIP OF

BATTURE LANDS) .

"71-00988 06E „„ 02

GREENFIELD V PONELL (TITLE DISPUTE TO LAND FORMED BY

AVUISICN) .

"71-CC990 06E "4 02

"INEMAN V "ITHERS (EOUNDARY DISPUTE CVER LAND FORMED IN NON- NAVIGABLE RIVER BY ACCRETION). "71-00991 06E "4 02

STATE V HUFFMAN (AVULSICN EFFECTS NO CHANGE IN BOUNDARY LINES OF FROPERTY AEUTTING CN STREAP). "71-01010 06E "4 02

JOHNSON V HUME (CONSTITUTIONALITY OF STATUTE GOVERNING

CHANGE OF PROPERTY EOUNEARY DUE TC ACCRETICN CB CHANNEL EROSION) . "71-01021 06E 02

""!« """ C0BP » STATE (OWNERSHIPS ACCREIION) . "71-01418 06E „„ „3

BArTn Na"gANBLE SaURS?1" (DETEB"B"10'' " »«»« « SAND "71-01423 06E „, 03

SSS'mSK" " PREVC" (TIIU T0 "Of"" PORBED BY ACCRETION).

"71-01439 06E „„ 03

HARRINGTON V FOSTER (OWNERSHIP OF ACCFEIIONI "71-01463 Q6E "4 03

KNIGHT V ROGERS (IITLE DISFUTE TO ACCRETIONS IN NAVIGABLE "71-01584 06E 03

TURK V WILSON'S HEIRS (TITLE DISPUTE TO ACCREIION FCRBEB IN

MISSISSIPPI RIVER).

"71-01586 06E "4 03

ANDERSON-TULLY CO V CABPBEU (BOUNDARY DISPUTE AS TC

CBNERSHIf OF ACCRETION).

"71-01591 06E Wlt 03

UNITED STATES GYPSUM CO V REYNOLDS (CHANGE OF RIVES Bit OVER

LONG EERICD OF TIBE PRESUBED TO BE BY EROSICN ARC

ACCRETION).

"71-01593 Q6E "4 03

ISELIN V LA COSTE (TULE TO ACCRETIVE LANDS). "71-01598 06E "4 03

BERIDIAN TOWNSHIP V PALBER (PUBLIC EASEBENT ACRCSS

RELICTION) .

"71-01607 06E „„ 03

SHELDON V CHABBERS (TITLE TO SUBBERGED LAND). "71-01609 Q6E "4 03

Of'"cSe?i!eBLaSdS)C° " Gl0BE °IL 'ND B"IN1,IG C0 K"NERSHIF "71-01613 ' 06E "4 03

GREENFIELD V EOBELL (TIILE TO ACCRETED PROPERTY!. "71-01668 Q6E "4 04

ABERADA PETROLEUM COFF V LOUISIANA MINEEAl BD (OWNERSHIP OF ROYALTIES FROM MINERAL LEASE IN STREAMBED). "71-01745 06E "4 04

DAVIS V HAINES (ISLAND CBNER 0"NS ACCRETIONS 10 THE ISLAND) "71-02084 06E uq Q4

STATE V FORSYTH (TITLE TO LAND CREATED EY RELICTION) "71-02087 06E Hq Q4

CHICAGO MILL AND LUMEER CO V TULLY (TITLE TC ACCRETED

LANDS) .

"71-02315 06E "4 05

HILT V "EEER (OWNERSHIP OF LAND ALONG LAKE'S EDGE). "1-02341 06E „„ 05

CASHION V BEREDITH (OWNERSHIP OF ACCRETED LAND). "71-02368 06E "4 05

FAIRCHILD V BAYO (DISPUTE AS TO WHETHER A SHIFT IN A STRIAB'S CHANNEL RESULTED IN ACCRETION). "71-02374 06E u„ 05

KANSAS CITY PIBRE BOX CC V F BORKART PFG CC (C"NEFSHIP OF

LAND BY VIRTUE OF ACCRETION).

"71-02375 06E W4 05

CRAHER V PERINE (TITLE 10 ACCRETICN DETESBINEC EY EXTENSION

CF EXISTING BCUNDARIES) .

W71-02415 06E W4 C5

MASSACHUSETTS V NEW YORK (RESERVATION, IN INTERSTATE IREAIY OF SOVEREIGNTY TITLE TO LANDS UNDER NAVIGABLE WATERS). W71-025E6 06E "4 05

HORNE V HO"E LUBBER CO (EFFECT OF ACCRETION ON ERCPERTY

ECUNDARIES).

"71-02625 06E vu 05

"OODY V AEFABS (BOUNDARY DISPUTE "HERE STREAB SUDDENLY

SHIFTS COURSE) .

W71-0263S 06E H4 05

KAVANAUGH V BAIRD (DISPUTE OVER TITLE TO BEIIC1ION CN LAKE

HURCN) .

W71-C3050 06E W4 06

SEIEERT V CONSERVATION CCHH'N (LOCATION CF LOW WATER BASK DETERBINING BOUNDARY EEIWEEN BATTURE AND FIVES EEC) "71-03110 06E "4 06

DUMB V COLE COUNTY (TITIE TO ACCRETIONS IN NAVIGABLE BIVF.S). "71-03225 06E „„ 06

CURRY V CRULL (C"NEESHIP OF ACCRETED ISLAND IN BISSCU8I

FIVER) .

"71-03229 06E W4 06

GUCKER V TOUN OF HUNTINGTON (RIPARIAN OWNER'S TIILE TC

SANCEAR EY ACCRETION) .

"71-03256 C6E MU 06

SUBJECT INDEX

VILIAGE OF ASHABOKEN V METROPOLITAN SAND AND GBAVEL CO (UPLAND SwNEB HAS NC VESTED BIGHT TC FUTURE ACCBETIONS) W71-03288

06E WU 06

POINT PRAIRIE HUNTING AND FISHING CLUE V SCHMIDT (TITLE

DISPUTE TO DBY BIVEB BED BETWEEN ISLAND AND MAINLAND).

W71-03358 0" «* °7

EUBKE V COMMONWEALS (TITLE TC ACCBETIONS WHERE DEED CONVEYS

•TO THE OCEAN') .

W71-03396 06E WU 07

MCGILL V THBASHER (CWNERSHIE OE ACCBETIONS IN BIVEB BED

EETNEEN ISLAND AND MAINLAND).

W71-03U91 °6E "" 07

GUCKER V TCWN OF HUNTINGTCN (DESTRUCTION CF BIPABIAN RIGHTS

OE ACCESS BY RAISING LEVEL CF SAND BAR).

W71-03525 06E "" 07

WYKLE V COLOMEO (APPORTIONMENT OF ACCBETIONS EETNEEN

ADJACENT RIPABIAN OWNERS).

W71-0U078 0" W U 08

BAUMHART V MCCLURE (OWNERSHIP OF RIPABIAN LAND AFTER

SUSTAINED SUEMERGENCE) .

W71-CU330 °6E » °8

MEEKER V KAUTZ (TITLE TO ISLANDS IN NAVIGABLE BIVER).

W71-0U331 0" U" 08

AALSBORG V CASHION (RELATIVE RIGHTS TO ACCRETED LAND ON

NAVIGABLE LAKE SHORE) .

W71-0U8UU 06E vl* °9

Hl.YNIE V MAY (TITLE TO ACCRETED LANDS WHEN ADJACENT UPLAND

IS CONVEYED) .

W71-05106 06E "1 10

LOUISIANA V MISSISSIPPI (BOUNDARY LISEUIE BETWEEN STATES. INVOLVING ACCREIION AND SUBSECUEKT AVULSION). W71-05117 °&E «" 10

PROPERTY THE FIXED LAW CF CBANGIKG ECUNDARIES, W71-05179 <>6E » « 10

KORECLL V BOARD OE TRUSTEES OF SCHOOL DISTRICT 2U (BOUNDARY DISPUTE UNDeI ! DESCRIPTION EXTENDING TITLE TO BANK OF LAKE). W71-05219 °6E «" 10

ALLEN V WCOD (TITLE TO ACCBETIONS TC SEASHORE) . W71-05367 06E WU 11

BONE V MAY (BIPARIAN RIGHT TO ACCRETIONS WHERE FORMER

RIPARIANS' LAND HAS ERCDEL) .

W71-05952 °6E »" 12

GECRGE W ARMBRUSTER. JR. INC V WILDWOOD (EFFECT OF BEACH EROSION AND ACCBETICN OETCN TITLE TC EIEABIJN LAND). W71-06195 °6E »" 12

TALLASSEE POWER CO V CLARK (RIPARIAN EIGHTS IN RIVER EED AND III FUTURE FLCCD WATERS AND ALIUVIAK). W71-06305 06E WU 12

ANCCNA REALTY CO V ERAZIER (CWKERSHIE OF ACCRETED ISLAND).

W71-0655U 06E <"> 13

UNITED STATES V BOYNTCN (BOUNDARY OF EIEAEIAN LAND WHICH HAD

BEEN MEANDERED) .

W71-07750 06E WU 15

HUGHES V. WASHINGTON PFCPFRTY AREA. i! 71-08255

SOME FEDERAL COMMON LAW IN THE REAL 06E WU 15

ACCRETION AND RECLAMATION. W71-08596

06E M 14 16

"Tc^MPARISON OF THE TOXICITY CF SOME CCMMCN INDUSTRIAL WASTE COMPONENTS TESTED INDIVIDUALLY AND COMBINED, W71-05205 05C WU 10

A"lCENEBGETICS Of ACETATE AND ACETATE EBECURSOES IN METHANE FERMENTATION, W71-12062 °5D WU 22

SEWAGE FUNGUS STUDIES OE SPBAERCTIIUS SLIMES USING LABCFATORY RECIRCULATING CHANNELS, W71-12720 05D WU 23

ACATCCMPARISON OF THE TOXICITY CF SOME CCMMCN INDUSTRIAL WASTE CCrtCNENTS TESTED INDIVIDUALLY AND CCMEINED, W71-05205 05C WU 10

^PRODUCTION OF ACETOIN AND DIACETYL BY THE GENUS SALMONELLA, (171-11627 05s »u 22

"TcCMFAPISON OF THE TOXICITY CF SCME CCMMCN INEUSTBIAL WASTE CCMEONENTS TESTED INDIVIDUALLY AND CCMBINED, W71-05205 05C WU 10

ACETOPHENONE

DETERMINATION OF OBGANICS IN WATER, W71-11380 05A "" 21

ACSsELorFisHSBBAINEACETYLCHOLINESTEBASE TO MCNITCR POLLUTION EY ORGANOPHOSPHOROUS FESTICIDES,

W71-10560

05C WU 20

ACACETYElInEEREDUC?iON ASSAY FOR DETERMINATION OF EHCSEHCRUS AVAILABILITY IN WISCONSIN LAKES, W71-0302U °7B "" 06

THE RELATION CF ACETYLENE REDUCTION TO HETERCCYST FBEQUENCY IN ELUE-GREEN ALGAE, W71-12070 05C <"* 22

ACSILICATe"tBEATMENT FOR ACID MAIN DRAINAGE PBEVENTION,

SILICATE AND ALUMINA/SILICA GEL TBEATMENT CF COAL BEFUSE FOB THE PBEVENTION OF ACID MINE DRAINAGE. W71-07052 °5° »" 13

ACID MINE DRAINAGE _„„,„„,

COAL AND COAL MINE DRAINAGE (LITEEATURE REVIEW). W71-01766 05-D WD OU

ACEFFEc" OXACID MINE WASTES ON PH YTOPLANKTCN COMMUNITIES CF TWC NORTHERN ONTARIO LAKES, W71-0011U

05C WU 01

EFFECTS OF ACID MINE DRAINAGE ON WATEB QUALITY CF A

RESERVOIR,

W71-00372

0 5C WU 01

TREATMENT CF ACID MINE DRAINAGE OF REVERSE OSMOSIS

W71-00U77

05A WU

01

REGULATION OF POLLUTION BY MINE WASTES. W71-01570 °6E »" 03

COAL AND COAL MINE DRAINAGE (LITERATURE REVIEW)

W71-01768

05D WU OU

MICROEIAL FACTOR IN MINE DRAINAGE FORMATION, W71-02278 °5G »U 05

A HYDROLOGICAL APPROACH TO CONTBOL ACID MINE POLLOTICN FOE

05G WU 05

LAKE HOPE, W71-02U27

REVERSE OSMOSIS FIELD TESTING ON ACID MINE WATERS AT NOBTCN,

WESI VIRGINIA,

W71-03005

05D WU 06

NEW MINE SEALING TECHNIQUES FOR WATER POLLUTION ABATEMENT.

W71-03U56

05G WU 07

THE INCIDENCE AND FORMATION OF MINE DRAINAGE FOLLUTION - IpPENDIX C TO 'REPORT FOR DEVELOPMENT OF WATER RESOURCES CF APPALACHIAN .

W71-03872

05B WU 08

STREAM POLLUTION BY COAL MINE DRAINAGE IN APPALACHIA. W71-03873 05E WU 06

A REVIEW OF CURRENT RESEARCH ON COAL MINE DRAINAGE IN

APPALACHIA,

W71-0387U

FACTORS IHAT AFFECT TEE FORMATION OF COAL MINE DRAINAGE

FOLLUTION IN APPALACHIA,

W71-03875

05B WU 08

05B WU

05E

08

THE OXIDATION OF FYRITE ASSOCIATED WITH COAL MINES,

W71-03876 05B *" 0e

SURVEY OF COSTS ON METHODS FOR CONTBOL OF ACID MINE DRAINAGE

ECLLUTICN,

W71-03877

MINE ACID DRAINAGE AND ASSOCIATED FLOW FLUCTUATIONS, W71-03938 °5B »" 08

THE EVALUATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ALTERATION BY THERMAL LOADING AND ACID POLLUTION IN THE COOLING BESEBVOIB OF A STIAM-ELECTBIC STATION,

W71-0U019

05C WU 08

05G WU

FEASIBILITY STUDY OF MINING COAL IN AN OXYGEN FBEE

ATMCSEHEBE.

W71-0Uie7

TREATMENT OE ACID MINE DRAINAGE BY FOAM SEFARATION, W71-0U188 0-D »" C8

NEUTRALIZATION OF HIGH FEEBIC IRCN ACID MINE DRAINAGE, W71-0Uie9 05D WU 08

VASCULAB AQUATIC PLANIS IN ACID MINE WATER OF THE MONONGAHELA BIVER, WESI VIRGINIA, W71-0UU18 05C WU 09

FEASIBILITY STUDY MANUAL - MINE WATEB ECLLUTICN CONTBOL

DEMONSTRATIONS.

W71-0U5U5

05G WU 09

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL EACTOBS AFFECTING VASCULAB AQUATIC PLANTS IN SOME ACID STREAM DRAINAGE AREAS CF THE MCNONGAHIL!

ELANTS IN SO

BIVER,

W71-0U850

COAL MINE DRAINAGE TREATMENT,

05C WU 09

ACI-ACT

871-05018

SUBJECT INDEX

05D 84 10

BA?ERSS C0NTB°L TICHI|IQDES FOR TREATING ACID MINE-PCLLUIED 871-05086 05D BU 10

THE CONTROL OP ACID MINE DRAINAGE POLLUTION BY BIOCHEMICAL OXIDATION AND LIHESTCNE NEOTR JLIZAIICN TREATMENT 871-05274 05D s„ 10

CARBONATE BONDING OF CCAI REFOSE 871-06256

PRECIFITATION AND RUNOFF, 871-07936

GEOCHEMISTRY OF 8ATFR, 871-07938

STREAM BOTTOM PAUNA, B71-07940

FISH POPULATION, 871-07941

MICROBIOLOGY OF STREAMS, 871-07942

05G 84 12

05C 84 15

05C 14 IE

05C 84 15

05C 84 15

05C 84 15

MINEBATER TREATHENT-INCO SUDBURY DISTBICT OPERATIONS 871-06009 Q5D 84 15

BIOLCGICAL SURVEY OF IBE EFFECTS OP CRANIUM MILLING BASTES ON THE 8ATER QUALITY CF THE SERPENT RIVER BASIN 871-08011 Q5D 84 15

ACID MINE DRAINAGE FORMATION AND AEAIEMENT. 871-08591 05G 84 16

ACID MINE DRAINAGE (INDUSTRY ATTEMPTS TO DESCRIEE AND SCLVE

POLLUTION PROBLEMS).

871-09439 Q5G 84 17

THE EFFECT OF IRRIGATION BITH MUNICIPAL SEBAGF EFFLUENT AND SLUDGE ON SELECIED TREES, GRASSES, AND LEGUMES PLANTED IN BITUMINOUS STRIP-MINE SOIL, 871-09529 05D 84 18

SUPPLEMENTAL IRRIGATION BITH STREAM BATER CCNTAMINATEC EY

ACID MINE DRAINAGE,

871-09816 03C 84 18

COAL, COAL EY-PEODUCTS, AND CCAL MINE DRAINAGE 871-10694 05B 84 20

MANUFACTURE AND USE OF CONTAMINANTS. 871-10941 Q5G 84 20

ACID MINE BASTE TREATMENT USING REVERSE CSHCSIS. 871-11362 05D 84 21

EVALUATION OF A NEB ACID MINE DRAINAGE TREATMENT PROCESS 871-11795 05D Ba 22

A BILL TO AMEND THE FEDERAL BATER ECIIUIICN CCNTRCL ACT

RELATING TO AREA ACID AND OTHER MINE BATER POLLUTION CONTROL

DEMONSTRATIONS.

871-12338 06E 84 23

STUDY OF SULFUR RECOVERY FRCM CCAL REFUSE, 871-13895 05G 84 24

ACIDIC SOILS

POSSIBLE IMPROVEMENT OF ACID SOLFHAIE SOUS IN COASTAL AREAS

OF ASIA BY MEANS OF SEA BATER LEACHING. 871-08545 03C 84 16

ACIDIC SURFACE OXIDES

EFFECT OF SURFACE GROUPS CN ADSCREIICN CF FCLIUTANTS 871-07078 05D 84 14 L1UIJBTS'

ACIDIC BATER

EFFECT OF RECENT ACIDIFICATION OF BATER ON THE ELANKTCN ORGANISMS IN LAKE TOYA, HOKKAIDO (IN JAPANESE), 871-03102 05C 84 oe

AUTOXIDATION OF BOOD EISTILLATION BASTES KITH OXYGEN, 871-05273 05E 84 10

COMMUNITY METABOLISM IN ACID AND ALKALINE STRIP-MINE LAKES 871-09990 05C 84 19

LIMESTONE TREATMENT OF RINSE 8ATERS EFOM HYDRCCHLCRIC ACID