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News Release, June 16, 2014
Well-Water for 80,000 New Hampshire Residents May Contain Metals Exceeding Human Health Standards

Small image of report -- Click to view reportPEMBROKE, NH – Nearly three in ten well-water samples tested from southeast New Hampshire contained metals at concentrations that exceeded U.S. Environmental Protection Agency drinking-water standards and guidelines, according to a recent U.S. Geological Survey study.


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NEW: Journal article: Science of the Total Environment Factors affecting temporal variability of arsenic in groundwater used for drinking water supply in the United States

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NEW: Appendix 5: Case studies of sampling and monitoring in Sampling and Monitoring for the Mine Life Cycle

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USGS Data Series 823: Geophysical logging of bedrock wells for geothermal gradient characterization in New Hampshire, 2013 Small image of report -- Click to view report
Sustainability of Water Supply at Military Installations, Kabul Basin, Afghanistan in Sustainable Cities and Military Installations Small image of report cover -- click to view report
Journal article: Environment Systems and Decisions (v 33:3) Groundwater-level trends and implications for sustainable water use in the Kabul Basin, Afghanistan Small image of report cover -- click to view report
Journal article: Remediation (v 24:1) Distributional Patterns of Arsenic Concentrations in Contaminant Plumes Offer Clues to the Source of Arsenic in Groundwater at Landfills(PDF) Small image of report cover -- click to view report

 

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