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Organic compounds in Elm Fork Trinity river water used for public supply near Carrollton, Texas, 2002-05

We identified six compounds at concentrations less than human-health benchmarks, but within a factor of 10 of those limits. Those compounds might warrant further study to understand their transport and fate within the watershed.

by Ging, Patricia B.; Delzer, Gregory C.; and Hamilton, Pixie A.
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2009-3090
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