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Robbins, John A. / [1980] Sediments of Southern Lake Huron : elemental composition and accumulation rates / by John A. Robbins.
Robbins, John A. / [1986] Sediments of Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron : elemental composition and accumulation rates / John A. Robbins.
Robertson, Andrew, 1936- / [1967] Research Ships of Opportunity Program : Project Neptune Limnos / submited by Andrew Robertson.
Robertson, Andrew, 1936- / [1968] The abundance, distribution, and biology of plankton in Lake Michigan : with the addition of a Research Ships of Opportunity Project / report by Andrew Robertson.
Rossman, Ronald. / [1979] Entrainment of phytoplankton at the Donald C. Cook Nuclear Plant, 1976 / Ronald Rossman, Linda D. Damaske, Nancy M. Miller.
Rossman, Ronald. / [1977] Entrainment of phytoplankton at the Donald C. Cook Nuclear Plant, 1975 / Ronald Rossman, Nancy M. Miller, Donald G. Robinson.
Rossmann, Ronald. / [1983] Trace metals in Lake Huron waters : 1980 intensive surveillance / by Ronald Rossmann.
Rossmann, Ronald. / [1984] Trace metal concentrations in the offshore waters of Lakes Erie and Michigan / Ronald Rossmann ; Project Officer, David C. Rockwell (Great Lakes National Program Office, United States Environmental Protection Agency).
Rossmann, Ronald. / [1986] Trace metal concentrations in the offshore waters and sediments of Lake Superior / Ronald Rossmann.
Rossmann, Ronald. / [1981] Lake Huron bibliography, with limited summaries / by Ronald Rossmann, Thomas Treese.
Rossmann, Ronald. / [1986] Lake Huron 1980 intensive surveillance : management and summary / by Ronald Rossmann.
Rossmann, Ronald. / [1982] Entrainment of phytoplankton at the Donald C. Cook Nuclear Plant, 1979 / Ronald Rossmann, William Chang, James Barres.
Rossmann, Ronald. / [1975] Chemistry of nearshore surficial sediments from southeastern Lake Michigan / Ronald Rossman.