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On-Line Web Pages Published by the Toxic Substances Hydrology Program

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Cloern, J.E., 2013,
Changing perspectives on how scientists should allocate our most precious resource--Time--AGU blogosphere--The plainspoken scientist--May 1, 2013: American Geophysical Union, access date September 12, 2013
U.S. Geological Survey, 1998,
Land and people--Finding a balance--Cape Cod: U.S. Geological Survey, access date May 31, 2013 (An online study guide for high school students and teachers).
Jassby, A.D., and Cloern, J.E., 2010,
R package wq0.2-2--Exploring water quality monitoring data--The Comprehensive R Archive Network, access date 5/31/2013,
Peterson, D.H., Lundquist, J.D., Stewart, I., Knowles, N., Solomon, M., and Hager, S.W., 2005,
Sierra Nevada Hydroclimatology--An experimental prediction of maximum daily snowmelt discharge in 2005: California Applications Program and The California Climate Change Center (, access date October 18, 2005
Reddy, M.M., Aiken, G., Schuster, P.F., Gunther, C., Charlton, S., and Tregellas, J., 1996,
Summary of data from onsite and laboratory analyses of surface water and marsh porewater from South Florida Water Management District water conservation areas, the Everglades, South Florida, March 1995: U.S. Geological Survey, South Florida Water Management District, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, access date October 28, 2004

There are 5 On-Line Web Pages in the bibliography. The above list is sorted by publication title. The Toxics Bibliographic Data Base was last updated on 9/24/15.

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