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1444 Water quality as a threat to aquatic plants: discriminating between the effects of nitrate, phosphate, boron and heavy metals on charophytes 2011 New Phytologist 189 1051-1059 Link
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1318 Relationships between suspended particulate material, light attenuation and Secchi depth in UK marine waters. ( Devlin M. J., Barry J., Mills D. K., Gowen R. J., Foden J., Sivyer D., Tett P.) 2008 Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science,  79 (3), pp. 429-439. Link
1481 Proposals for environmental quality standards for Annex VIII substances 2008 UKTAG
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1331 Total dissolved and bioavailable elements in water and sediment samples and their accumulation in Oreochromis mossambicus of polluted Manchar Lake. (Arain M.B., Kazi T. G., Jamali M.K., Jalbani N., Afridi H.I. , Shah A.)  2007 Chemosphere  70 (10), pp 1845-1856. Link
1317 Redoxidation behaviour of technetium, iron and sulfur in estuarine sediments. (Burke, I.T., Boothman, C , Lloyd, J.R., Livens, F.R., Mortimer, R.J.G., & Morris K.) 2006 Environmental Science & Technology 40 (11), pp 3529–3535 Link
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1000 21 Steps to make your boating waters cleaner. (Boat US Foundation) 2002 Boat US Foundation
1413 Issues in ecological risk assessment of inorganic metals and metalloids 2000 Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 6 (6), 965-988 Link
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1397 Draft Alberta Water Quality Guideline for the protection of Freshwater Aquatic Life 1996 Environment Canada
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1423 Copper exclusion as a mechanism of heavy metal tolerance in a green alga 1977 Nature 269, 322–323 Link