Aigae Abstracts is the first in aseries of bibliographies on water re sources and pollution published by IFI/Plenum Data Corporation in cooperation with the Water Resources Scientific Information Center (WRSIC). It is produced wholly from the information base compris ing material abstracted and indexed for Selected Water Resources Abstracts. The bibliography is divided into volumes according to the publication dates of the source documents. Volume 1 contains 569 abstracts cov ering publication dates up to and including 1969; Volume 2 contains 730 abstracts covering the years 1970 to 1972. The material included in this bibliography represents computer selections based on the presence of a form of the word qalgaq somewhere in the referenced citation. Substantively, the material typifies WRSIC's qcenters of com petenceq approach to information support of the Office of Water Re sources Research (OWRR) of the Department of the Interior. Most of the references in this bibliography are the work of the center of competence on eutrophication at the University of Wisconsin. The indexes refer to the WRSIC accession number, which follows each abstract. The Significant Descriptor Index is made up of a fraction of the total descriptors and identifiers by which each paper has been indexed. It represents weighted terms that best describe the informa tion content; this status is indicated by the asterisks which precede them. The General Index includes all the remaining descriptors and identifiers by which each paper in this bibliography has been indexed.... BER ENPLAAT RESERVO I R, DRINK WAT ERL EID ING DER GE ME ENTE ROTTER DAM (NETHER LANDS) ac JOHN J., ... I R HAS FA I LED T C PRODUCE UNFAVORABLE EFFECTS ON POTASSI UM PERMANGANATE CONSUMPT ION, ... $3, 00 IN PAPER COPY, $0.95 IN MICROF ICHEe TECHNICAL COMPLET ICN REP CRT , NOVEMBER 1970, 4 Pe ... TA IN ING B ETTER WATER QUALITY CCNT ROL BY THE USE OF THE SYNTH ET I C POLYME RS IN NUMEROUS PRanbsp;...
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