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Organic compounds in White River water used for public supply near Indianapolis, Indiana, 2002-05

Measured concentrations of many compounds in water people use. Some compounds are regulated as health hazards; a few of these were over the benchmark limits. Others may become issues of concern, so studies such as this give us helpful background levels.

by Lathrop, Timothy R. and Moran, Dan
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2010-3120
This publication is available only as a PDF document.
Related topics:
Chemical analysis, Nonpoint-source pollution, Surface water quality, Water chemistry, Drainage basins
States or counties
Delaware, Hamilton, Henry, Madison, Randolph, Tipton,
Hydrologic units
Upper White
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