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anionic nutrients in ground water at a spray irrigation site, tampa, florida.
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- survey of the effects on the substrata at spray irrigation site in tampa, florida that received secondarily treated effluent at a rate of 1 acre-inch per day.
|Title:||anionic nutrients in ground water at a spray irrigation site, tampa, florida.||
shaw, jonathan e.
|Type of Resource:||text|
|Physical Form:||electronic resource|
|Extent:||ix, 70 leaves : ill. ; 29 cm.|
|Abstract/Description:||survey of the effects on the substrata at spray irrigation site in tampa, florida that received secondarily treated effluent at a rate of 1 acre-inch per day.|
|Table of Contents:||introduction -- methods -- results and discussion -- conclusions -- list of references -- appendices.|
|Target Audience:||college students and adults.|
|Identifier:||aaa2442 qf, SF00000147 (IID), 2489913 (digitool), usf:8252 (fedora)|
by jonathan e. shaw.
thesis (m.s.)--university of south florida, 1980.
bibliography: leaves 54-57.
electronic reproduction. [florida] : state university system of florida, palmm project, 2001. (florida heritage collection) mode of access: world wide web. system requirements: internet connectivity; web browser software; adobe acrobat reader to view and print pdf files. electronically reproduced by the university of south florida from a thesis in the main library at the university of south florida, tampa.
sewage irrigation -- florida -- tampa
groundwater -- florida -- tampa
hillsborough -- 12057
|Persistent Link to This Record:||http://purl.flvc.org/fcla/dl/SF00000147.pdf|
|Persistent Link to This Record:||http://purl.flvc.org/fcla/dl/SF00000147.jpg|
|Is Part of Series:||florida heritage collection.|