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The health of streams in the Campaspe, Loddon and Avoca catchments
Bib ID 2270972
Format BookBook
Description Melbourne : Environment Protection Authority, 2000 
14 p. : map ; 30 cm. 
Series

River health bulletin ; publication 704.

Notes

"June 2000".

Bibliography: p. 14.

Subjects Water quality biological assessment -- Victoria -- Loddon River Valley.  |  Water quality biological assessment -- Victoria -- Campaspe River Valley.  |  Water quality biological assessment -- Victoria -- Avoca River Valley.
Other authors/contributors Victoria. Environment Protection Authority

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