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pp. 1085-1095 

1.3 Donahue, R; Hendry, MJ; Landine, P. 
Distribution of arsenic and nickel in uranium mill 
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1.4 Martin, R; Rodgers, KA; Browne, PRL. 
Aspects of the distribution and movement of aluminium in 
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Comparison of He-4 ages and C-14 ages in simple aquifer 
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pp. 1137-1167 

1.6 Andersson, E; Simoneit, BRT; Holm, NG. 
Amino acid abundances and stereochemistry in 
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pp. 1169-1190 

1.7 Buckau, G; Artinger, R; Kim, JI; Geyer, S; and others. 
Development of climatic and vegetation conditions and 
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pp. 1191-1201 

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Solubility of Ca-6[Al(OH)(6)](2)(CrO4)(3) center dot 
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pp. 1203-1218 

1.9 Savage, KS; Tingle, TN; O'Day, PA; Waychunas, GA; and others. 
Arsenic speciation in pyrite and secondary weathering 
phases, Mother Lode Gold District, Tuolumne County, 
pp. 1219-1244