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  1. Gaythia
    Dec 05 - 2:06 PM

    I think that the concentration of As in Mono Lake would depend on whether one is considering the main body of water or one of the more isolated sloughs. Where were the bacteria samples taken?

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  3. antipodean
    Dec 05 - 7:13 PM

    Glassed in the forehead? Sounds like a bad night out in Glasgow/Sydney

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