Summary report on Collier Carban and Chemical Corporation studies in Cook Inlet, Alaska
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Summary report on Collier Carban and Chemical Corporation studies in Cook Inlet, Alaska by Donald H. Rosenberg

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Published by College, Institute of Marine Science, University of Alaska in Los Angeles, California .
Written in English



  • Alaska,
  • Cook Inlet.


  • Marine biology -- Alaska -- Cook Inlet.,
  • Marine pollution -- Alaska -- Cook Inlet.

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Includes bibliography.

Statementby D.H. Rosenberg, K.V. Natarajan, and D.W. Hoold. Report to Collier Carbon and Chemical Corporation.
SeriesUniversity of Alaska. Institute of Marine Science. Report, no. 69-13
ContributionsNadarajan, K. V., 1933- joint author., Hood, D. W. 1918- joint author., Collier Carbon and Chemical Corporation.
LC ClassificationsGC1 .A497 no. 69-13, etc., QH105.A4 .A497 no. 69-13, etc.
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL5741186M
LC Control Number70635718

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