Red Water

Author: Judith Freeman
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: 0307427439
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Development Of Red Water Control Strategies

Author: Jonathan A. Clement
Publisher: American Water Works Association
ISBN: 158321187X
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CONTROLLING RED WATER INTRODUCTION Red water, also called yellow
water, or colored water, or highly turbid water, results from improperly treated
source water that contains iron, or from the corrosion of iron-containing pipes that
are used to transport water. Most commonly, the cause is corrosion of pipes, such
as cast iron or galvanized steel pipe from which the galvanized layer has been ...

Red Water

Author: Kristen Mae
Publisher: Tritone Literary Publishers
ISBN: 0997541822
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FROM BESTSELLING AUTHOR KRISTEN MAE He was trying to kill her, too… “One of those books that chews you up and spits you out—you will never be the same.” – Andra Watkins, New York Times bestselling author of Not Without My Father ...

The Red Water

Author: Mike Bartholomees
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1479727784
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The river was bright red. During the night beneath the cover of fog, the red water
had come. They both watched in silenced awe as the water shimmered with reds
and pinks. A dark band of bright red flashed upstream, turned and raced back to
where it started. A large pink eddy mysteriously changed to red and then back to
pink as it continued to swirl. The entire river seemed to undulate and swim in
color. A fireworks display burst from the base of the dam. Red rockets shot
skyward ...

Red Water

Author: Antoinette Moses
ISBN: 9783852720081
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When the hackers adolescents Tricia and Daniel discover that a local company may be involved in a sinister conspiracy of carbon trading, suddenly they discover that their lives are in danger.

Red Water Black Gold

Author: Margaret A. Bickers
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
ISBN: 1625110286
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Red Water, Black Gold: The Canadian River in Texas 1920–1999 tells the story of the Canadian River in the Texas Panhandle.

Red Tides

Author: Tomotoshi Okaichi
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781402015120
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Red-Tide Phenomena (Tomotoshi Okaichi) 2.1 DEFINITION OF RED TIDES
Okamura (1916) defined red tides as follows: "Akashio (red tides in Japanese)
refers to the water color change due to outbreaks of microscopic plankton which
can sometimes cause the death of fish and other animals, irrespective of the color
." This definition has now been succeeded in Japan and at the "Conference on
Red Tides" held in 1966, it was shown that red tides are water color changes due
to the ...