2 edition of 1969 survey of Lake Michigan shore water quality found in the catalog.
1969 survey of Lake Michigan shore water quality
Illinois. Sanitary Water Board.
Written in English
Prepared in cooperation with Illinois Dept. of Public Health.
|Contributions||Illinois. Dept. of Public Health.|
|LC Classifications||TD223.3 .I38|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||70636269|
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