Arsenic Concentrations, Related Environmental Factors, And The Predicted Probability Of Elevated Arsenic In Groundwater In Pennsylvania
Arsenic Concentrations, Related Environmental Factors, And The Predicted Probability Of Elevated Arsenic In Groundwater In Pennsylvania

Arsenic Concentrations, Related Environmental Factors, And The Predicted Probability Of Elevated Arsenic In Groundwater In Pennsylvania

  • Publish Date: 2014-06-15
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Eliza L. Gross
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Analytical results for arsenic in water samples from 5,023 wells obtained during 19692007 across Pennsylvania were compiled and related to other associated groundwater- quality and environmental factors and used to predict the prob- ability of elevated arsenic concentrations, defined as greater than or equal to 4.0 micrograms per liter (g/L), in ground- water. Arsenic concentrations of 4.0 g/L or greater (elevated concentrations) were detected in 18 percent of samples across Pennsylvania; 8 percent of samples had concentrations that equaled or exceeded the U.S. Environmental Protection Agen- cys drinking-water maximum contaminant level of 10.0 g/L. The highest arsenic concentration was 490.0 g/L.

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