Stone, Michael; Marsalek, Jiri
April 2011
Water Quality Research Journal of Canada (IWA Publishing);2011, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p97
Academic Journal
An introduction to papers related to the use of road salts in winter road maintenance is presented including an assessment of advances in best management practices, the measurement of cyanide from snowmelt and runoff, and chlorine loading at Lake Simcoe.


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