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The use of SPMDs and small sentinel species to assess naturally-occurring oil sands compounds in tributaries of the Athabasca River


Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences (2293): 88
The use of SPMDs and small sentinel species to assess naturally-occurring oil sands compounds in tributaries of the Athabasca River


Accession: 035941309



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