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A chemical study of the waters of the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District as related to fish culture.

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A chemical study of the waters of the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District as related to fish culture.

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Title: A chemical study of the waters of the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District as related to fish culture.
Author: Clark, John D.; Smith, Hillard L.
Subject(s): Water analysis
Fish stocking
Middle Rio Grande Valley
Abstract: Shortly after they were constructed, the ditches of the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District were stocked with fish . The failure of fish to thrive in some areas of the ditches led to the funding of a study of the waters. This report gives the results of the study in layman's terms.
Date: 1935-07-15
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
Citation: Clark, John D.; Smith, Hillard L. A chemical study of the waters of the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District as related to fish culture; University of New Mexico bulletin. Chemistry series ; v. 2, no. 3, whole; no. 270; University of New Mexico Press: Albuquerque, NM, 1935; 36p.
Series: University of New Mexico Bulletin ; whole no. 270
Chemistry series, v. 2, no. 3
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/1912

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