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Reservoir sediments: a sink or source of chemicals at the surface water-groundwater interface

Bibliographic reference Ammar, Rawaa ; Kazpard, Véronique ; Wazne, Mahmoud ; El Samrani, Antoine G. ; Amacha, Nabil ; et. al. Reservoir sediments: a sink or source of chemicals at the surface water-groundwater interface. In: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment : an international journal devoted to progress in the use of monitoring data in assessing environmental risks to man and the environment, (2015)
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