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|Surface Geochemistry of the Clay Minerals||3358-3364|
|Contaminant Bioavailability in Soils, Sediments, and Aquatic Environments||3365-3371|
|Airborne Minerals and Related Aerosol Particles: Effects on Climate and the Environment||3372-3379|
|Oceanic Minerals: Their Origin, Nature of Their Environment, and Significance||3380-3387|
|Mineral Surfaces and Bioavailabilty of Heavy Metals: A Molecular-scale Perspective||3388-3395|
|Long-range Transport of Mineral Dust in the Global Atmosphere: Impact of African Dust on the Environment of the Southeastern United States||3396-3403|
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|A Risk Assessment for Exposure to Grunerite Asbestos (Amosite) in an Iron Ore Mine||3412-3419|
|Potential Effects of Gas Hydrate on Human Welfare||3420-3426|
|Health Impacts of Domestic Coal Use in China||3427-3431|
|Nuclear Waste Forms for Actinides||3432-3439|
|Illite and Hydrocarbon Exploration||3440-3446|
|Manganese Oxide Minerals: Crystal structures and Economic and Environmental Significance||3447-3454|
|Negative pH, Efflorescent Mineralogy, and Consequences for Environmental Restoration at the Iron Mountain Superfound Site, California||3455-3462|
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|Synthetic Zeolites and Other Microporous Oxide Molecular Sieves||3471-3478|
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