- found: The sensitivity of estuaries, via WWW, Apr. 1, 2008 (Estuarine Hydrology. The two most important variables within the estuarine system, in terms of hydrology, are the amount of mixing which occurs between fresh water and salt water and the rate at which this mixing occurs.)
- found: Ponce, V.M. Facets of hydrology, via WWW, Apr. 1, 2008 (Estuarine hydrology)
- found: LC database, Apr. 1, 2008 (titles: Hydrology and sediments of a temperate estuary; Hydrology of major estuaries and sounds of North Carolina; Hydrological and biological studies of the Trinity River Delta, Texas; Hydrobiological characteristics of Shark River estuary, Everglades National Park; Hydrography of the Pamlico River Estuary, N.C.)
- found: OCLC database, Apr. 1, 2008 (titles: Estuarine hydrology and sedimentology; Hydrology of Alabama estuarine areas; Estuarine hydrological investigations in eastern and south-western Australia, 1951; Hydrologic characteristics of estuarine river systems within Everglades National Park)
- 2008-04-01: new
- 2008-05-20: revised
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