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A critical evaluation of the analytical techniques used in the microbiological quality control of waste-waters subjected to freeze-thaw stress as typically found in cold waste stabilisation pond systems

A critical evaluation of the analytical techniques used in the microbiological quality control of waste-waters subjected to freeze-thaw stress as typically found in cold waste stabilisation pond systems
A critical evaluation of the analytical techniques used in the microbiological quality control of waste-waters subjected to freeze-thaw stress as typically found in cold waste stabilisation pond systems
PW7REM3
Banks, C.J.
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Banks, C.J.
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Banks, C.J. (2005) A critical evaluation of the analytical techniques used in the microbiological quality control of waste-waters subjected to freeze-thaw stress as typically found in cold waste stabilisation pond systems. IWA 6th International Conference on Waste Stabilisation Ponds. 28 Sep - 01 Oct 2004. PW7REM3 .

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Published date: 1 June 2005
Additional Information: ISBN: 9781843394990 (Paperback)
Venue - Dates: IWA 6th International Conference on Waste Stabilisation Ponds, 2004-09-28 - 2004-10-01

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Local EPrints ID: 53715
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/53715
PURE UUID: 93aaec72-2675-4573-8123-6f5c1fa9f04d

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Date deposited: 29 Jul 2008
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:40

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Author: C.J. Banks

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