Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Curtis Wilkins, John Parker, Lowell Shank, Frank Six
Department of Chemistry
Master of Science
This research was part of a project underway at Barren River and Nolin River Reservoirs in south-central Kentucky. The research was partially supported by a grant through the Sport Fishing Institute, Washington, D.C.
The study reported herein was concerned with the analysis of trace metal concentrations in the two reservoirs. It is believed that the fish population may in part depend upon the trace metals present in the water. It is anticipated that the data presented in this paper will eventually be correlated with the biology studies of the reservoirs being carried out by the Department of Biology of Western Kentucky University.
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Kennedy, Mary Jo, "Trace Metal Analysis of Barren River and Nolin River Reservoirs by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy" (1969). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 1763.