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Toxicity and bioavailability of metals in the Missouri River adjacent to a lead refinery

Report (PDF format) on an evaluation of the potential environmental impacts of contaminated ground water from a metals refinery adjacent to the Missouri River in Omaha, Nebraska testing water and sediments for contaminants and toxicity.

by Chapman, Duane C.; Allert, Ann L.; Fairchild, James F.; May, Thomas W.; Schmitt, Christopher J.; and Callahan, Edward V.
U.S. Geological Survey Biological Science Report 2001-0004
This publication is available only as a PDF document.
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Contaminant transport, Contamination and pollution, Crustaceans, Ecotoxicology, Metallic mineral resources, Mine drainage, Mining hazards, Reports, Suspended material (water), Water chemistry, Water quality, Water sampling, Rivers
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