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The Biology of Waterworks

Nature volume 100, page 264 (06 December 1917) | Download Citation



SINCE men of science became more intimately associated with engineers in the management of waterworks, questions of animal and plant life in water supplies have been brought more into the foreground, and it is with the object of directing attention to the importance of these questions that the trustees of the British Museum have placed an exhibition in the South Kensington Museum and have published this pamphlet as a guide thereto.

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