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Phytotoxicology Survey Report : Pah Contamination on Ivy Avenue : Toronto (1995)

By Gizyn, William Ihor

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Title: Phytotoxicology Survey Report : Pah Contamination on Ivy Avenue : Toronto (1995)  
Author: Gizyn, William Ihor
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Language: English
Subject: Soil pollution, Soils, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
Collections: Canadian Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1997
Publisher: Toronto; Standards Development Branch, Phytotoxicology Section, Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy

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I. (William Ihor, G. W., & Of Environment And Energy. Standards Development Branc, O. M. (1997). Phytotoxicology Survey Report : Pah Contamination on Ivy Avenue : Toronto (1995). Retrieved from http://worldebooklibrary.com/


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Includes tables; PIBS 3536E; Report No. : SDB-067-3511-1996

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Contributor: Ontario Ministry of the Environment ; The digitization of this title was sponsored by Ontario Council of University Libraries and Member Libraries

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Additional Subjects: Soil surveys

 

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