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Occurrence, distribution, and concentrations of selected contaminants in streambed- and suspended-sediment samples collected in Bexar County, Texas, 2007-09

Study showing which chemicals found in sediments were most common, with methods used and likely consequences of their high concentrations.

by Wilson, Jennifer T.
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2011-3090
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Cadmium, Chemical analysis, Chromium, Geochemistry, Lead, Pesticide and herbicide contamination, Specimen collecting, Toxic trace element contamination, Unconsolidated deposits, Zinc
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