1 edition of Copper, nickel, and iron in plumage of three upland gamebird species from non-contaminated environments found in the catalog.
Copper, nickel, and iron in plumage of three upland gamebird species from non-contaminated environments
Ruffed grouse, spruce grouse and willow ptarmigan were used as bioindicators for environmental metal contamination. The feather chemistry of these animals assessed concentrations of copper, nickel, and iron. The animals were collected from undisturbed areas.
|Other titles||Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology (0007-4861)|
|Statement||Glenn H. Parker|
|Contributions||Parker, Glenn H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||780|
Typhoon/Tempest in action
Blossom like the rose
Section 1983 Litigation
Late Seventeenth-Century Edinburgh
The lyrics of Noel Coward.
A general history of inland navigation, foreign and domestic
Trade liberalization and Indian agriculture
Symposium on water quality modelling, 13 November 1991, Harrogate.
Economic planning and electricity forecasting
Rhymney Valley District Council