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Groundwater quality in the Madera and Chowchilla subbasins of the San Joaquin Valley, California

Uranium, arsenic, and nitrate were the inorganic constituents that were most frequently detected at high concentrations, mostly in shallower wells. High and moderate concentrations of arsenic were detected in deeper wells.

by Shelton, Jennifer L.; Fram, Miranda S.; and Belitz, Kenneth
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2012-3099
Related topics:
Arsenic, Barium, Dissolved metals, Groundwater quality, Nutrient content (water), Strontium, Toxic radionuclide contamination, Toxic trace element contamination, Uranium, Vanadium, Water chemistry, Aquifers
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Fresno, Merced

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