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  • Hallock, R.J., and Hallock, L.L., eds., 1993, Detailed study of irrigation drainage in and near wildlife management areas west-central Nevada, 1987-90, Part B. Effect on biota in Stillwater and Fernley Wildlife Management areas and other nearby wetlands: (abs) U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 92-4024B, 84 p.


  • Hamilton, S.J., Buhl, K.J., Bullard, F.A., And Little, E.E., 2000. Chronic toxicity and hazard assessment of an inorganic mixture simulating irrigation drainwater to razorback sucker and bonytail.(abs) Environmental Toxicology 15(1): (in press).


  • Hamilton, S.J., 1999. Hypothesis of historical effects from selenium on endangered fish in the Colorado River basin.(abs) Human and Ecological Risk Assessment [December issue] (in press 9/1/99, invited paper).


  • Hamilton, S.J., Muth, R.T., Waddell, B., and May, T.W., 1999. Selenium and other trace elements in wild larval razorback suckers from the Green River, Utah. (registration required for viewing) Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, Volume 44, Issue 3, Pages 227-235 (November 1999).


  • Hamilton, S.J., Muth, R.T., Waddell, B., and May, T.W., 1998. Selenium and other trace elements in wild larval razorback sucker from the Green River, Utah. (abs) Final Report. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Irrigation Water Quality Program, Denver, CO. 40 pages.


  • Hamilton, S.J., 1998. Selenium effects on endangered fish in the Colorado River basin. In Environmental Chemistry of Selenium (W.T. Frankenberger, and R.A. Engberg, Eds.), pages 297-313. Marcel Dekker, New York.

  • Hamilton, S.J., And Buhl, K.J., 1997b. Hazard assessment of inorganics, individually and in mixtures, to two endangered fish in the San Juan River, New Mexico. (Registration required to view article). Environmental Toxicology and Water Quality. 12: 195-209.


  • Hamilton, S.J., And Buhl, K.J., 1997a. Hazard assessment of inorganics, singly and in mixtures, to flannelmouth sucker (Catostomus latippinnis) in the San Juan River, New Mexico. (Registration required to view article). Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 38: 296-308.


  • Hamilton, S.J., Buhl, K.J., Bullard, F.A., and McDonald, S.F., 1996, Evaluation of toxicity to larval razorback sucker of selenium-laden food organisms from Ouray NWR on the Green River, Utah: (abs) Final Report to Recovery Implementation Program for the Endangered Fishes of the Upper Colorado River Basin, Denver, CO. National Biological Service, Midwest Science Center, Yankton, South Dakota. 79 pages.


  • Hamilton, S.J., and Buhl, K.J., 1996. Hazard assessment of inorganics, singly and in mixtures, to flannelmouth sucker in the San Juan River, New Mexico. Final Report to San Juan River Recovery Implementation Program. National Biological Service, Yankton, SD. 42 pages.


  • Hamilton, S.J., 1995, Hazard assessment of inorganics to three endangered fish in the Green River, Utah: Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, vol. 30, p. 134-142.


  • Hamilton, S.J. and Buhl, K.J., 1995. Hazard assessment of inorganics, singly and in mixtures, to Colorado squawfish and razorback sucker in the San Juan River, New Mexico. Final Report to San Juan River Recovery Implementation Program, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Salt Lake City, UT. National Biological Service, Yankton, SD. 28 pages.


  • Hamilton, S.J., and Buhl, K.J., 1994, Irrigation drainwater effects on the endangered larval Razorback Sucker and Bonytail in the Middle Green River: (abs.) in Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 15th Annual Meeting, Abstracts of the Technical Sessions, Denver, Colorado, October 30-November 3, 1994, p. 75.

  • Hamilton, S.J., And Waddell, B., 1994, Selenium in eggs and milt of razorback sucker (Xyrauchen texanus) in the Middle Green River, Utah: Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 27: 195-201.


  • Hamilton, S.J., 1993. Significance of selenium in eggs and milt of razorback suckers in the middle Green River. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Salt Lake City, UT. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Yankton, SC. 22 pages.


  • Harms, T.F., Stewart, K.C., Briggs, P.H., Hageman, P.L., and Papp, C.S.E., 1990, Chemical results for bottom material for DOI Irrigation and Drainage Task Group studies 1988-1989, Denver, CO: (abs) U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report. 90-50, 47 p.


  • Harms, T.F., Severson, R.C., And Stewart, K.C., 1989, Partitioning of elements between two sediment size fractions in samples from the western United States: (abs.) in Pederson, G.L., and Smith M.M., editors, U.S. Geological Survey Second National Symposium on Water Quality, Orlando, FL: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report. 89-409; Nov. 12-17, 1989; p. 34.


  • Henny, C.J., Grove, R.A., Bentley, V.R., 2000, Effects of Selenium, Mercury, and Boron on Waterbird Egg Hatchability at Stillwater, Malheur, Seedskadee, Ouray, and Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuges and Surrounding Vicinities: National Irrigation Water Quality Program Information Report No. 5, 79 p.


  • Hoffman, R.J., 1994, Detailed study of irrigation drainage in and near wildlife management areas, west-central Nevada, 1987-90. (abs) Part C--Summary of irrigation drainage effects on water quality, bottom sediment, and biota: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 92-4024C, 32p.


  • Hoffman, R.J., Hallock, R.J., Rowe, T.G., Lico, M.S., Burge, H.L., and Thompson, S.P., 1990, Reconnaissance investigation of water quality, bottom sediment, and biota associated with irrigation drainage in and near Stillwater Wildlife Management Area, Churchill County, Nevada, 1986-87: (abs) U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 89-4105, 150 p.


  • Hoffman, R.J., 1989, Preliminary report of potentially toxic trace elements and pesticides in water, sediment, and biota in and near the Stillwater Wildlife Management Area, Churchill County, Nevada, 1986-87, Department of the Interior Irrigation Drainage Program: in Howard, A.Q., editors, Selenium and agricultural drainage-implications for San Francisco Bay and the California environment: Fourth Selenium Symposium, Berkeley, California, March 1987, Proceedings, p. 163-167.

  • Holz, D.D., 1994, Effects and remediation of irrigation drainage in the western U.S.: Evaluation process to remediate selenium impacts to migratory birds at wetlands receiving irrigation drainage from Kendrick Project, WY: (abs.) in Marston, R.A. And Hasfurther, V.R., eds., Effects of Human-induced Changes on Hydrologic Systems, Am Water Resources Assoc., Proceedings of the Summer Symposium, Jackson, Wyoming, June 26-29, 1994, p. 1066.


  • Hren, J. and Feltz, H.R., 1995, Population growth and food production: hydrologic implications: (abs.) in water resources and environmental hazards: emphasis on hydrologic and cultural insight in the Pacific rim: Abstracts, American Water Resources Association Annual Summer Symposium, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, June 25-28, 1995, p. 36.


  • Hurlbert, A., Ed., 1997, Wildlife use of agricultural drains in the Imperial Valley, California: (abs) U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Salton Sea National Wildlife Refuge, 98 p.


  • Imhoff, E.A., 1991, Notes and suggestions on managing an interdisciplinary program in an interagency setting: Department of the Interior: (abs) National Irrigation Water Quality Program Information Report No. 1, 48 p.


  • Ingersoll, C.G., Dwyer, F.J., Nelson, M.K., Burch, S.A., and Buckler, D.A., 1988, Whole effluent toxicity of agricultural irrigation water entering Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge, NV--Acute toxicity studies with fish and invertebrates: (abs) Columbia, MO, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 16 p.


  • Johnson, J.A., 1994, The Salton Sea: past history, future prospects: in Marston, R.A., And Hasfurther, V.R., Eds., Effects of Human-induced Changes on Hydrologic Systems, Am Water Resources Assoc., Proceedings of the Summer Symposium, Jackson, Wyoming, June 26-29, 1994, p. 949-955.


  • Kendy, E., Nimick, D.A., Maloy, J.C., and Olsen, B., Detailed Study of Selenium in Glacial-Lake Deposits, Wetlands, and Biota Associated with Irrigation Drainage in the Southern Freezeout Lake Area, West-Central Montana, 1994-95: (abs) U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 99-4019, 51 p.


  • Kendy, E., Olsen, B., and Malloy J.C., 1998, Field Screening of Water Quality, Bottom Sediment, and Biota Associated with Irrigation Drainage in the Helena Valley, West-Central Montana, 1995: (abs) U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 97-4214, 62 p.


  • Kendy, E. and Olsen, B., 1997, Physical, Chemical, and Biological Data Associated with Irrigation Drainage in the Freezeout Lake area, West-Central Montana, 1994-95: (abs) U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 97-349, 48 p.


  • Kirchner, K.H., 1991, A study of the groundwater flow and distribution of selenium within the groundwater system around Stewart Lake Waterfowl Management Area, Utah: Utah State University, Logan, Utah, Masters Thesis, 75 p. Contact Utah State University library for information


  • Klasing, S.A., 1993b, Agricultural drainage water contamination in the Middle Green River Basin, Utah: A public health perspective for selenium and selected elements: (abs) Klasing and Associates, Davis, California, 53 p.


  • Klasing, S.A., 1993a, Agricultural drainage water contamination in the Kendrick Reclamation Project, Area, Wyoming: A public health perspective for selenium and selected elements: Klasing and Associates, Davis, California, 24 p.

  • Knapton, J.R., Jones, W.E., and Sutphin, J.W., 1988, Reconnaissance investigation of water quality, bottom sediment, and biota associated with irrigation drainage in the Sun River area, west-central Montana, 1986-87 (abs): U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 87-4244, 78 p.


  • Krueger, R. and Osmondson, B., 1992, Impacts of irrigation drainwater on fish and wildlife resources occurring within the Dolores project area of SW Colorado: Comparison of areas irrigated long-term versus short-term: (abs.) in Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 13th Annual Meeting, Abstracts of the technical sessions, Cincinnati, OH, November 8-12, 1992, p. 1.


  • Lambing, J.H., Nimick, D.A., Knapton, J.R., and Palawski, D.U., 1994, Physical, chemical, and biological data for detailed study of the Sun River Irrigation Project, Freezout Lake Wildlife Management Area, and Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuge, west-central Montana, 1990-92, with selected data for 1987-89: (abs) U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 94-120, 171 p.


  • Lambing, J.H., Jones, W.E. and Sutphin, J.W., 1988, Reconnaissance investigation of water quality, bottom sediment, and biota associated with irrigation drainage in the Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge and adjacent areas of the Milk River Basin, northeastern Montana, 1986-87: (abs) U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 87- 4243, 71 p.


  • Lemly, A.D., 1995. Hazard of selenium to fish and migratory birds at Ouray National Wildlife Refuge, Utah. Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Salt Lake City, UT. 42 pages.

  • Lemly, A.D., 1995. A protocol for aquatic hazard assessment of selenium. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety (Uses Ouray NWR data). 32: 280-288.

  • Lemly, AD, Finger, S.E., and Nelson, M.K., 1993, Sources and impacts of irrigation drainwater contaminants in arid wetlands: Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, vol. 12, p. 2265-2279.

  • Lico, M.S. and Pennington, R.N., 1997, Concentrations, loads, and yields of potentially toxic constituents in irrigation-drain systems, Newlands Project area, Carson Desert, Nevada, November 1994-October 1995: (abs) U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 97-4034, 58 p.


  • Lico, MS, 1992, Detailed study of irrigation drainage in and near wildlife management areas, west-central Nevada, 1987-90, Part A. water quality, sediment composition, and hydrogeochemical processes in Stillwater and Fernley Wildlife Management Areas: (abs) U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 92-4024A, 65 p.


  • Lico, M.S., 1990, Geochemistry of ground water at and near Fernley Wildlife Management Area, Lyon County, Nevada: In Nevada Decision Point--Which Water Course to the Future?: Annual Conference, Nevada Water Resources Association, Las Vegas, Nev., February 1990, Program Information and Abstracts, unpaginated.

  • Lico, M.S., 1989, Geochemistry of ground water at and near Fernley Wildlife Management Area, Lyon County, Nevada: (abs.) in Pederson, G.L., and Smith, M.M. compilers, U.S. Geological Survey Second National Symposium on Water Quality: Abstracts of the Technical Sessions, Orlando, Fla., November 12-17, 1989; U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 89-409, p. 52.


  • Lico, M.S., Rowe, T.G., and Hoffman, R.J., 1989, U.S. Geological Survey study of irrigation drainage at wildlife management areas in Churchill, Lyon, and Pershing Counties, Nevada: (abs.) in Foglesong, M.T., Bunch, R.L., And Myers, C.W., Water resources for expanding State needs: Annual Conference, Nevada Water Resources Association, Carson City, Nev., March 1989, Program Information and Selected Abstracts, unpaginated.

  • Low, W.H., and Mullins, W.H., 1990, Reconnaissance investigations of water quality, bottom sediment, and biota associated with irrigation drainage in the American Falls Reservoir area, Idaho 1988-89: (abs) U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 90-4120, 78 p.


  • MacCoy, D.E., 1994, Physical, chemical, and biological data for detailed study of irrigation drainage in the Klamath Basin, California and Oregon, 1990-92: (abs) U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 93-497, 168 p.


  • Martin, D.B., 1990 Pre-reconnaissance investigations of contaminants in the W.C. Austin Irrigation Project drain water system: (abs) U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Tulsa, OK, 17 p.


  • Michel, R.L., and Schroeder, R.A., 1994, Use of long-term tritium records from the Colorado River to determine timescales for hydrologic processes associated with irrigation in the Imperial Valley, California: (abs) Applied Geochemistry, v. 9, p. 387-401.


  • Michel, R.L., and Schroeder, R.A., 1989, Isotopic composition of drainwaters in the Imperial Valley, California: in American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, December 3-8, 1989, EOS Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 70, no. 43, Abstract no. V11C-14, p. 1379.


  • Michel, R.L., Schroeder, R.A., Setmire, J.G., and Hall, S.S., 1988, Soluble salts and tritium concentrations in irrigation drainwaters from the Imperial Valley, California: (abs.) In American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, December 5-9, EOS Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 69, no. 44, Abstract no. H21A-03, p. 1181.


  • Mueller, D.K., DeWeese, L.R., Garner, A.J., and Spruill, T.B., 1991, Reconnaissance investigation of water quality, bottom sediment, and biota associated with irrigation drainage in the Middle Arkansas River Basin, Colorado and Kansas, 1988-89: (abs) U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigation Report 91-4060, 84 p.


  • Naftz, D.L., 1996b, Using geochemical and statistical tools to identify irrigated areas that might contain high selenium concentrations in surface water: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS-077-96, 4 p.


  • Naftz, D.L., 1996a, Pattern recognition analysis and classification modeling of selenium- producing areas (abs): Journal of Chemometrics, vol. 10, no. 4, p. 309-324.


  • Naftz, D.L., 1996, Uraniferous waters from irrigated lands in the western United States: (abs.) American Institute of Hydrology, Third USA/CIS Joint Conference on Environmental Hydrology and Hydrogeology, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, September 22-27, 1996, p. 85.


  • Naftz, D.L., 1995, Pattern recognition analysis and classification modeling of selenium- producing landscapes in irrigated areas of the western United States: (abs.) in Water resources and environmental hazards: emphasis on hydrologic and cultural insight in the Pacific rim: Abstracts, American Water Resources Association, Annual Summer Symposium, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, June 25-28, 1995, p. 48.

  • Naftz D.L., 1994, Using salt norms to identify selenium-producing landscapes in the western United States: (abs) in Marston, R.A., and Hasfurther, V.R., eds., Effects of Human-Induced Changes on Hydrologic Systems: American Water Resources Association, Proceedings, of the 1994 Summer Symposium, Jackson, Wyoming, June 26-29, 1994, p. 1033-1042.


  • Naftz, D.L., See, R.B. and Ramirez, P., 1993, Selenium source identification and biogeochemical processes controlling selenium in surface water and biota, Kendrick Reclamation Project, Wyoming, U.S.A.: (abs) Applied Geochemistry, v. 8, p. 115-126.


  • Naftz, D.L., Brooks, R., Erdman, J.A., Crock, J.G., Severson, R.C., and Tuck, L.K., 1989, Source areas and processes controlling selenium in surface water within the Kendrick Reclamation Project Area, Wyoming: (abs.) Amer. Water Res. Assoc., Wyom. Section Meeting, Cheyenne, WY, Oct. 12-13, 1989.


  • National Irrigation Water Quality Program, 1998, Guidelines for Interpretation of the Biological Effects of Selected Constituents in Biota, Water, and Sediment, 1998: (abs) National Irrigation Water Quality Program Information Report No. 3, 198 p.


  • National Irrigation Water Quality Program, 1995, Protocol for conducting remedial planning (Phase 4): Washington, D.C., Department of the Interior, National Irrigation Water Quality Program, Information Report No. 3, 48 p.

  • Nimick, D.A., Lambing, J.H., Palawski, D.U., and Malloy, J.O., 1996, Detailed study of selenium in soil, water, bottom sediment, and biota in the Sun River Irrigation Project, Freezout Lake Wildlife Management Area, and Benton Lake National Refuge, west-central Montana, 1990-1992: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 95- 4170, 120 p.

  • Nimick, D.A., Lambing, J.H., and Palawski, D.U., 1993, Selenium in soil, water, sediment, and biota of the lower Sun River area, west-central Montana: (abs) in Allen, R.G., and Neale, C.M.U., eds., Management of irrigation and drainage systems: integrated perspectives: American Society of Civil Engineers, Proceedings of the 1993 National Conference on Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, Park City, Utah, July 21-23, 1993, p. 762-769.


  • Nimick, D.A., 1992, Geochemical controls on selenium mobilization beneath irrigated and nonirrigated land, west-central Montana--preliminary findings: in American Water Resources Association, Montana Chapter, Helena, MT, September 17-18, 1992.

  • Nolan, B.T., and Clark, M.L., 1997, Selenium in irrigated agricultural areas of the western United States: J. Environ. Qual. vol. 26, May-June 1997, p. 849-857.

  • Noyes, S.J., 1993, Planning for remediation of irrigation-induced water quality problems in the Middle Green River Basin, Utah: (abs) in Allen, R.G., and Neale, C.M.U., eds., Management of irrigation and drainage systems: integrated perspectives: American Society of Civil Engineers, Proceedings of the 1993 National Conference on Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, Park City, Utah, July 21-23, 1993, p. 778-785.


  • Ohlendorf, H.M., Skorupa, J.P., Saiki, M.K., and Barnum, D.A., 1993, Foodchain transfer of trace elements to wildlife: (abs) in Allen, R.G., and Neale, C.M.U., eds., Management of irrigation and drainage systems: integrated perspectives: American Society of Civil Engineers, Proceedings of the 1993 National Conference on Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, Park City, Utah, July 21-23, 1993, p. 596-603.


  • Ong, K., O'Brien, T.F., And Rucker, M.D., 1992, Reconnaissance investigation of water quality, bottom sediment, and biota associated with irrigation drainage in the Middle Rio Grande and Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico 1988-89: (abs) U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 91-4036, 113 p.


  • Oremland, R.S., 1994, Biogeochemical transformations of selenium in anoxic environments: (abs) Chapter in Frankenberger, W.T., Jr., and Benson, S., eds., Selenium in the Environment, New York, Marcel Dekker, Inc., p. 389-419.


  • Oremland, R.S., Switzer-Blum, J., Culbertson, C.W., Visscher, Miller, L.G., Dowdle, P., and Strohmaier, F.E., 1994, Isolation, growth, and metabolism of an obligately anaerobic, selenate-respiring bacterium, strain SES-3, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol. 60, p. 3011-3019.

  • Oremland, R.S., Steinberg, N.A., Presser, T.S., and Miller, L.G., 1991, In-situ bacterial selenate reduction in the agricultural drainage systems of western Nevada: (abs) Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol. 57, No. 2, p. 615-617.


  • Oremland, R.S., Steinberg, N.A., Maest, A.S., Miller, L.G., and Hollibaugh, J.T., 1990, Measurement of in situ rates of selenate removal by dissimilatory bacteria reduction in sediments: Environmental Science and Technology, vol. 24, No. 8, p. 1157-1164.

  • Oremland, R.S., Hollibaugh, J.T., Maest, A.S., Presser, T.S., Miller, L.G., and Culberton, C.W., 1989, Selenate reduction to elemental selenium by aerobic bacteria in sediments and culture; biogeochemical significance of a novel sulfate-independent respiration: (abs) Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 55 (9), September 1989, P. 2333-2343.


  • Osmondson, B.C., and Krueger, R., 1993, Impacts of irrigation drainwater on fish and wildlife resources occurring within the Dolores Project area of SW Colorado: Comparison of areas irrigated long-term versus short-term: (abs.) in Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 14th Annual Meeting, Abstracts of the technical sessions, Houston, Texas, November 14-18, 1993, p. 209.


  • Peltz, L.A., and Waddell, B., 1991, Physical, chemical, and biological data for detailed study of irrigation drainage in the Middle Green River basin, Utah 1988-89, with selected data for 1982-87 (abs): U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-530, 213 p., 1 pl.


  • Peterson, D.A., Harms, T.F., Ramirez, P. Jr., Allen, G.T., and Christenson, A.H., 1991, Reconnaissance investigation of water quality, bottom sediment, and biota associated with irrigation drainage in the Riverton Reclamation Project, Wyoming 1988-89 (abs): U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 90-4187, 84 p.


  • Peterson, D.A., Jones, W.E., and Morton, A.G., 1988, Reconnaissance investigation of water quality, bottom sediment, and biota associated with irrigation drainage in the Kendrick Reclamation Project area, Wyoming, 1986-87 (abs): U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 87-4255, 57 p.


  • Presser, T.S., 1994, The Kesterson effect: Environmental Management, vol. 18, No. 3, p. 437-454.

  • Presser, T.S., Sylvester, M.A., and Low, W.A., 1994, Bioaccumulation of selenium from natural geologic sources in western States and its consequences: Environmental Management, vol. 18, No. 3, p. 423-436.

  • Prest, H.F., Jacobson, L., Hadgins, M., Richardson, B., Wilson, M., and Martin, M., 1994, A survey of results for passive air and water sampling via semi-permeable membrane devices: (abs.) in Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 15th Annual Meeting, Abstracts of the technical sessions, Denver, Colorado, October 30- November 3, 1994, p. 17.

  • Pridgeon, B.H., 1986, An overview of irrigation water-quality in the Middle Rio Grande Valley of New Mexico, in Summers, J.B., and Anderson, S.S. eds., Toxic substances in agricultural water supply and drainage: Proceedings from Regional meeting of U.S. Committee on Irrigation and Drainage, October 22-24, 1986, Phoenix, Arizona, p. 259-265.

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