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Cole, E., T.M.Morris, and W.G.Hines. 1995. A Technique for Evaluating the Declining Recharge Flow Rates in Joint-Use Wells. Proceedings of the 7th Biennial Symposium on the Artificial Recharge of Groundwater (Tempe, Ariz., May 1995).

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Regional Issues in Aquifer Storage and Recovery for Everglades Restoration References Anderson, M.P. and W.W.Woessner. 1992. Applied Groundwater Modeling: Simulation of Flow and Advective Transport. San Diego: Academic Press, Inc. Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) Issue Team. 1999. Assessment Report and Comprehensive Strategy: A Report to the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Working Group. Online. Available: http://www.sfrestore.org/issueteams/asr/documents/asrreport.htm. Accessed July 24, 2002. Atchison, G.J., M.B.Sandheinrich, and M.D.Bryan. 1996. Effects of environmental stressors on interspecific interactions of aquatic animals. In Ecotoxicology: A Hierarchical Treatment, M.C.Newman, and C.H.Jagoe, eds. Boca Raton, Fla.: Lewis Publishers. Bache, C.A., W.H.Gutenmann, and D.J.Lisk. 1971. Residues of total mercury and methylmercuric salts in lake trout as a function of age. Science 172:951–952. Back, W. and B.B.Hanshaw. 1970. Comparison of chemical hydrogeology of the carbonate peninsulas of Florida and Yucatan. J. Hydrol. 10:330–368. Cabana, G. and J.B.Rasmussen. 1994. Modelling food chain structure and contaminant bioaccumulation using stable nitrogen isotopes. Nature 372:247–255. Cabana, G., A.Tremblay, J.Kalff, and J.B.Rasmussen. 1994. Pelagic food chain structure in Ontario Lakes: A determinant of mercury levels in lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 51:381–389. Cole, E., T.M.Morris, and W.G.Hines. 1995. A Technique for Evaluating the Declining Recharge Flow Rates in Joint-Use Wells. Proceedings of the 7th Biennial Symposium on the Artificial Recharge of Groundwater (Tempe, Ariz., May 1995). Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP). 2002. Aquifer Storage & Recovery Regional Study Project Management Plan. Draft 4, May 2002. Online. Available: http://www.evergladesplan.org/pm/program/program_docs/. Grieb, T.M., C.T.Driscoll, S.P.Gloss, C.L.Schofield, G.L.Bowie, and D.B.Porcella. 1990. Factors affecting mercury accumulation in fish in the upper Michigan peninsula. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 9:919–930. Jornberg, A., L.Hakanson, and K.Lundbergh. 1988. A theory of the mechanisms regulating the bioavailability of mercury in natural waters. Environ. Pollut. 49:53–61. Khan, B. and B.Tansel. 2000. Mercury Bioconcentration Factors in American Alligators (Alligator mississippiensis) in the Florida Everglades. Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf. 47:54– 58. Langmuir, D. 1997. Aqueous Environmental Geochemistry. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall.

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