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Dillon, P. J., & Rigler, F. H. (1975). A Simple Method for Predicting the Capacity of a Lake for Development Based on Lake Trophic Status. Journal Of The Fisheries Research Board Of Canada, 32, 1519-1531.
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Dillon, P. J., & Rigler, F. H. (1974). The phosphorus-chlorophyll relationship in lakes. Limnology And Oceanography, 19, 767-773.
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Dillon, P. J., & Rigler, F. H. (1974). A Test of a Simple Nutrient Budget Model Predicting the Phosphorus Concentration in Lake Water. Journal Of The Fisheries Research Board Of Canada, 31, 1771-1778.
Dillon, P. J. (1974). A CRITICAL REVIEW OF VOLLENWEIDER S NUTRIENT BUDGET MODEL AND OTHER RELATED MODELS. Journal Of The American Water Resources Association, 10, 969-989.
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