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176 Some bacteria are beneficial!1995wwdl_erText
177 Sources of mercury in sediments, water, and fish of the lakes of Whatcom County, Washington2004wwdl_erText
178 Sources of water to the Rio Grande upstream from San Marcial, New Mexico2004wwdl_erText
179 State of Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources: Division of Water Resources2003-02wwdl_erText
180 Strategic directions for the Water Resources Division, 1998-20081998wwdl_erText
181 Stream velocity and dispersion characteristics determined by dye-tracer studies on selected stream reaches in the Willamette River Basin, Oregon1995wwdl_erText
182 Streambed adjustment and channel widening in eastern Nebraska2003wwdl_erText
183 Summary of flow loss between selected cross sections on the Rio Grande in and near Albuquerque, New Mexico2002wwdl_erText
184 Summary of information on aquatic biota and their habitats in the Willamette Basin, Oregon, through 19951997wwdl_erText
185 Summary of information on synthetic organic compounds and trace elements in tissue of aquatic biota, Clark Fork-Pend Oreille and Spokane River Basins, Montana, Idaho, and Washington, 1974-961999wwdl_erText
186 Summary of sediment data from the Yampa river and upper Green river basins, Colorado and Utah, 1993-20022004wwdl_erText
187 Summary of surface-water-quality data collected for the Northern Rockies Intermontane Basins National Water-Quality Assessment Program in the Clark Fork-Pend Oreille and Spokane River Basins, Montana, Idaho, and Washington, Water Years 1999-20012003wwdl_erText
188 Surface-Water Quality-Assurance Plan for the Washington District, U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Discipline2004wwdl_erText
189 Surface-water-quality assessment of the Yakima River Basin in Washington: Overview of Major Findings, 1987-911999wwdl_erText
190 Surface-water-quality assessment of the Yakima River Basin, Washington: overview of major findings, 1987-911998wwdl_erText
191 Sustainability of Ground-Water Resources1999wwdl_erText
192 The Colorado River in Grand Canyon; how fast does it flow?1997wwdl_erText
193 The Rocky Mountain Climate Organizationwwdl_erImage; Text
194 The U.S. Geological Survey recent highlights; natural resources1997wwdl_erText
195 The effect of calcium magnesium acetate (CMA) deicing material on the water quality of Bear Creek, Clackamas County, Oregon, 19992000wwdl_erText
196 The effect of chamber mixing velocity on bias in measurement of sediment oxygen demand rates in the Tualatin River Basin, Oregon2003wwdl_erText
197 The internal structure of sand bars on the Colorado River, Grand Canyon, as determined by ground-penetrating radar2001wwdl_erText
198 Total dissolved gas and water temperature in the Lower Columbia River, Oregon and Washington, 2003: quality-assurance data and comparison to water-quality standards2003wwdl_erText
199 Total dissolved gas, barometric pressure, and water temperature data, lower Columbia River, Oregon and Washington, 19961996wwdl_erText
200 Toxic contaminants survery of thelower Rio Grande, lower Arroyo Colorado, and associated coastal waters1995wwdl_erText
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