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water year


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water year

water year

water year

WATER: first of year

Detection of microsporidia in surface water: a one-year follow-up study

Drinking water and microbiological pathogens - issues and challenges for the year 2000

Seasonal variations in water relations in current-year leaves of evergreen trees with delayed greening

Pathogenic Aspergillus Species Recovered from a Hospital Water System: A 3-Year Prospective Study

Relation between Aluminum Concentrations in Drinking Water and Alzheimer's Disease: An 8-year Follow-up Study

Detection of Cryptosporidium, Giardia and Enterocytozoon bieneusi in surface water, including recreational areas: a one-year prospective study

Fifty-Year Study of Lung and Bladder Cancer Mortality in Chile Related to Arsenic in Drinking Water

The effect of water fluoridation and social inequalities on dental caries in 5-year-old children.

Evaluation of a pre-existing, 3-year household water treatment and handwashing intervention in rural Guatemala

Increasing fruit, vegetable and water consumption in summer day camps—3-year findings of the healthy lunchbox challenge

Response of a mature Pinus laricio plantation to a three-year restriction of water supply: structural and functional acclimation to drought

Measured and predicted changes in tree and stand water use following high-intensity thinning of an 8-year-old Eucalyptus nitens plantation

Water relations of several hardwood species in response to throughfall manipulation in an upland oak forest during a wet year

Photosynthetic responses to needle water potentials in Scots pine after a four-year exposure to elevated CO2 and temperature

Aluminum and Silica in Drinking Water and the Risk of Alzheimer's Disease or Cognitive Decline: Findings From 15-Year Follow-up of the PAQUID Cohort

 

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A 12‐month period, usually selected to begin and end during a relatively dry season, which is used a basis for consistent processing and reporting of hydrological data.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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