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Volume 4 (2004), Pages 42-54
http://dx.doi.org/10.1100/tsw.2004.5
Research Article

Quantified Hypoxia and Anoxia in Lakes and Reservoirs

Freshwater Research, Baysville, Ontario, Canada

Received 31 October 2003; Revised 19 January 2004; Accepted 20 January 2004

Academic Editor: Karl E. Havens

Copyright © 2004 Gertrud K. Nurnberg.

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