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Master of Science (MS)
Plants, Soils, and Climate
Dr. D. W. Thorne
Fluorine released from industrial operations is eventually deposited on the surface of the earth, intercepted by plants, or absorbed in open bodies of water. the term fluorine as used in this thesis will be considered to refer to fluorine in combined form. Industrial expansion has caused atmosphere pollution from fluorine in many parts of the United States. Utah County, Utah, is one of the affected area, and is the principal area of concern in this thesis. In the spring of 1951, Utah Agricultural Experiment Station initiated a broad investigation on soil, water, plant, and animal problems arising from fluorine atmospheric pollution. The study of the soil in the affected area is, part of the broader investigations jointly, conducted by the departments of Chemistry, Veterinary Science, Botany, and Agronomy_
Hansen, E. Don, "Distribution of Fluorine in Utah County, Utah, Soils and Uptake of Fluorine by plants" (1953). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1831.
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