Ground Water Quality Characterization and Nitrate Investigation of the Glade Creek Watershed
Ground Water Quality Characterization and Nitrate Investigation of the Glade Creek Watershed (Number of pages: 62) (Publication Size: 3MB)
|Description||Previous studies in the Glade Creek Watershed indicated that surface water, and possibly ground water, might be contaminated with nitrate. To test this possibility, eleven domestic and irrigation wells, one spring, and three surface water sites were sampled in 1995. These data were also used to characterize the ground-water and surface-water quality in the Glade Creek Watershed.|
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|Keywords||investigation, drinking water, creek, characterization, nitrogen, wells, contaminant, water, water quality, quality, watershed, nitrate, nitrite, irrigation, groundwater, ground water, aquifer|
|WEB PAGE||Groundwater quality assessment|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Area 31 Rock-Glade|
|DATA||Environmental Information Management (EIM) #GLADEGW
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