2 edition of Investigation of the water chemistry in a waterhole at Epenarra Station, Northern Territory, Australia found in the catalog.
Investigation of the water chemistry in a waterhole at Epenarra Station, Northern Territory, Australia
Treloar. R. B.
A water quality investigation was conducted on the Woodenjerrie waterhole at Epenarra Station, Northern Territory, Australia. The objective of the investigation was to determine the reasons for a fish kill that had been observed at the water hole. Therefore, field parameters were measured; water samples were collected; and chemical analysis was undertaken. Subsequently, it was revealed that the post mining did not contribute to the fish kill, however, no reasons for the fish kill were ascertained.
|Statement||R. B. Treloar and B.N. Noller|
|Contributions||Noller, B. N.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 785-790 :|
|Number of Pages||790|
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