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Water-quality, bed-sediment, and invertebrate tissue trace-element concentrations for tributaries in the Clark Fork Basin, Montana, October 2018–September 2019

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Title
Water-quality, bed-sediment, and invertebrate tissue trace-element concentrations for tributaries in the Clark Fork Basin, Montana, October 2018–September 2019
Published in
US Geological Survey, April 2021
DOI 10.3133/ofr20211027
Authors

Clark, Gregory D., Hornberger, Michelle I., Hepler, Eric J., Cleasby, Thomas E., Heinert, Terry L.

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#14,076,564
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