Methods of collecting, concentrating, separating, and identifying organic compounds in natural water systems were studied. The most appropriate methods were applied to a eutrophic reservoir (Hyrum Reservoir, Utah) and resulted in the identification of 27 volatile, organic compounds: Alcohols:
Renk, Russell R.; Adams, V. Dean; and Porcella, Donald B., "Naturally Occurring Organic Compounds in Eutrophic Hyrum Reservoir, Utah" (1978). Reports. Paper 142.