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I 19. 42/ 4- 4 : 2010- 5214 : Application of the Local Grid Refinement package to an inset model simulating the interaction of lakes, wells, and shallow groundwater, northwestern Waukesha County, Wisconsin / by D.T. Feinstein ... [and others] ; prepared in cooperation with the village of Chenequa, the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
I 19. 42/ 4- 4 : 2010- 5228 : Trends in nutrient concentrations, loads, and yields in streams in the Sacramento, San Joaquin, and Santa Ana Basins, California, 1975-2004 / by Charles R. Kratzer ... [and others].
I 19. 42/ 4- 4 : 2011- 5010 : Shahejie-Shahejie/Guanto/Wumishan and Carboniferous/Permian Coal : Paleozoic Total Petroleum Systems in the Bohaiwan basin, China (based on geologic studies for the 2000 World Energy Assessment Project of the U.S. Geological Survey) / by Robert T. Ryder ... [and others].
I 19. 42/ 4- 4 : 2011- 5056 : Hydrologic assessment of three drainage basins in the Pinelands of southern New Jersey, 2004-06 / by Richard L. Walker, Robert S. Nicholson, and Donald A. Storck ; prepared in cooperation with the New Jersey Pinelands Commission.
I 19. 42/ 4- 4 : 2011- 5067 : Characterization of geomorphic units in the alluvial valleys and channels of Gulf Coastal Plain rivers in Texas, with examples from the Brazos, Sabine, and Trinity Rivers, 2010 / by David K. Coffman, Greg Malstaff, and Franklin T. Heitmuller.