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Iowa state-wide rural well-water survey
|Other titles||Iowa state wide rural well water survey.|
|Statement||prepared by G.R. Hallberg ... [et al.].|
|Series||Technical information series -- 23., Technical information series (Iowa. Dept. of Natural Resources. Geological Survey Bureau) -- no. 23.|
|Contributions||Hallberg, George R., Iowa. Dept. of Natural Resources.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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The state wide rural well-water survey was conducted as part of the implementation of the Iowa Groundwater Protection Act The SWRL survey is a systematic, statistical sampling of the quality of private drinking-water supplies used by rural Iowans.
specific, county-specific, and state-wide surveys. These surveys have greatly clarified the type, concentration, and distribution of contaminants in Iowa water supplies. Iowa state-wide rural well-water survey book publication summarizes preliminary results of the Iowa Statewide Rural Well Water Survey.
This survey is unique because it Iowa state-wide rural well-water survey book the first statewide assessment of. The Iowa Statewide Iowa state-wide rural well-water survey book Well Water Survey Phase 2 (SWRL2) was conducted from It served as a follow-up study to the original SWRL ().
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Iowa state-wide rural well-water survey. Iowa City, Iowa: Iowa Dept. of Natural Resources,  (OCoLC) Get this from a library. The Iowa state-wide rural well-water survey design report: a systematic sample of domestic drinking water quality.
[George R Hallberg; Iowa. Department of Natural Resources.;]. The Iowa state-wide rural well-water survey: site and well characteristics and water quality. Iowa City, Iowa: Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Energy and Geological Resources Division, Geological Survey Bureau, Cited by: 5.
The Iowa state-wide rural well-water survey: Octoberrepeat sampling of the 10% subset. Iowa City, Iowa: Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Energy and Geological Resources Division, Geological Survey Bureau, Cited by: 2.
State wide atrazine use decreased an estimated 12 percent, along with an estimated 40 percent decrease in intensity of use The Iowa State-wide rural well-water survey Water-quality data, initial analysis: Iowa Geological Survey Technical Information Series Rep p.
Libra, R.D., Hallberg, G.R., and Hoyer, B.E.,Impacts of Author: Dana W. Koplin, George Hallberg, D. Sneck-Fahrer, Robert Libra. The Iowa state-wide rural well-water survey water-quality data: initial analysis, B. Kross and George R. Hallberg Technical Information Series.
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Lannoo. The Annual Report series was established in to publish both administrative reports and results of geological investigations. Reports in the series include information on the geology of Iowa's counties, summary assessments Iowa state-wide rural well-water survey book Iowa's mineral resources (coal, gypsum, sand and gravel, etc.) and summary reports on Iowa's water resources.
Inan estimated to % of all private, rural weUs in Iowa were contaminated with at least one pesticide, and an estimated % of all these wells had pesticide concentrations above US EPA health advisory : Dee Anna Jo Iowa state-wide rural well-water survey book.
The State-Wide Rural Well Water Survey (SWRL). SWRL was a statistically designed, population-based sampling of private wells in Iowa, designed to assess the. References Cited. Abernathy, E.J., and Olszewski, K.M.,Soil survey of LeFlore County, Oklahoma: U.S.
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Antibiotic resistance and metal tolerance of coliform bacteria isolated from Gomati River water at Lucknow by: 1. Introduction Groundwater supplies drinking water to over million people in the United States (1). Approximately 90 to 95 percent of rural Americans use well water as a source for their drinking water supply; in municipal areas, 75 percent of the water supply systems use some groundwater (2,3).
We compi nitrate measurements from private wells sampled in through by the following programs: the Iowa Grants to Counties Water Well Program, the Iowa Private Well Tracking System, the Iowa Statewide Rural Well Water Survey, the Iowa Community Private Well Study, and the U.S.
Geological Survey (USGS) (Table S1, Supporting Cited by: The Iowa State-Wide Rural Well- Water Survey, a one-time sampling survey conducted between April and Junesampled sites for total coliform bacteria; nitrate, ammonia, and organic-nitrogen; other major inorganic ions (e.g., chloride, sulfate, calcium); 27 commonly- used pesticides; and selected pesticide metabolites.
Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) () The Iowa state-wide rural well-water survey. Water-quality data: initial analysis. Technical Information Series Cited by: 1. Kross BC, Hallberg GR, Bruner DR, Libra RD and others () The Iowa state-wide rural well-water survey.
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A National Survey of Pesticides in Drinking Water Wells (NPS) was completed in to assess the extent and severity of the presence of pesticides and nitrates in drinking water wells nationwide. The 5-year-long survey looked for pesticides and pesticide decay products in drinking water wells, and correlated the relationship of pesticide use Cited by: K.L.
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with 1: ,scale map. A recent survey of Iowa rural well water by the University of Iowa showed a decline in the number of wells with detections of nitrates and herbicides, including atrazine.
˚e survey of rural wells in showed a decline in numbers of wells with pesticides and nitrates detected, and very lowFile Size: 9MB.
Executive Summary The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has completed the Phase II Report for its National Survey of Pesticides in Drinking Water Wells (NPS). Between andEPA sampled community water system (CWS) wells and rural domestic drinking water wells for the presence of pesticides, 25 pesticide.
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