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The microflora of lakes and its geochemical activity
SergeД Ivanovich KuznetНЎsov
|Statement||by S. I. Kuznetsov ; edited by Carl H. Oppenheimer.|
|LC Classifications||QR105.5 .K8913|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||503 p.,  fold. leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||503|
|LC Control Number||73021215|
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The Microflora of Lakes and Its Geochemical Activity provides a wealth of information on the microbial limnology of fresh-water lakes throughout the world, particularly in the Soviet Union. As a summary of the geochemical activities as related to the geographic, geological, and physical relationships of fresh-water lakes, it is a monumental study.
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I., Oppenheimer, Carl H.: : Books. The Microflora of Lakes and Its Geochemical Activity provides a wealth of information on the microbial limnology of fresh-water lakes throughout the world, particularly in the Soviet Union.
As a summary of the geochemical activities as related to the geographic, geological, and physical relationships of fresh-water lakes, it is a monumental : S.
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Translated from the Russian. Edited by Carl H. Oppenheimer, University of Texas Press, Austin, Texas, and London, England, pp., $ It is difficult not to be partial to this substantial work by this great man. The book. Author(s): Kuznetsov,S I(Sergeĭ Ivanovich); Oppenheimer,Carl H Title(s): The microflora of lakes and its geochemical activity/ by S.
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