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NATO International Scientific Exchange Programme

The NATO Science Series / NATO ASI SERIES publishes books which are the outcome of meetings supported by the NATO Science Programme. These meetings are generally of two different types, namely Advanced Study Institutes (ASIs) and Advanced Research Workshops (ARWs).

The NATO Advanced Study Institutes are mainly post-doctoral level teaching activities whose objective is to disseminate advanced knowledge not yet in university curricula and to foster international scientific contacts through high-level teaching courses. Publications of their results are valuable text books.

The NATO Advanced Research Workshops are mainly gatherings of senior researchers organized to assess the state-of-the-art in a given scientific area and to formulate recommendations for future research. Publications of their results are excellent sources for scientists wishing to engage in new fields of research.

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G 32
Migration and Fate of Pollutants in Soils and Subsoils
Edited by D. Petruzzelli, F.G. Helfferich. Proc. of ASI, Maratea (Italy) , 1992
1993, 506 pp. ISBN 3-540-56041-6 / 0-387-56041-6
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G 33
Bivalve Filter Feeders: In Estuarine and Coastal Ecosystem Processes
Edited by R.F. Dame. Proc. of ARW, Renesse (The Netherlands) , 1992
1993, 579 pp. ISBN 3-540-56952-9 / 0-387-56952-9
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G 34
Non-Thermal Plasma Techniques for Pollution Control (Part A and B - Two volume set)
Edited by B.M. Penetrante, S.E. Schultheis. Proc. of ARW, Cambridge (U.K.) , 1992
1993, 790 pp. ISBN 3-540-57174-4 / 0-387-57174-4
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