U.S. Geological Circular 1265
This circular is available as a pdf.
This report accompanies the publication of the last 15 of 51 river basin and aquifer assessments by the USGS National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program during 1991–2001. It highlights selected water-quality findings of regional and national interest through examples from river basins and aquifer systems across the Nation. Forthcoming reports in the USGS series “The Quality of Our Nation’s Waters” will present comprehensive national syntheses of information collected in the 51 study units on pesticides in water, sediment, and fish; volatile organic compounds in major aquifers used for domestic and public supply; nutrients and trace elements in streams and ground water; and aquatic ecology. This report, summaries of the 51 water-quality assessments, and a 1999 national synthesis of information on nutrients and pesticides, are available free of charge as USGS Circulars and on the World Wide Web at http://water.usgs.gov/nawqa/nawqa_sumr.html.
Information to Manage, Protect, and Restore Water Quality
Water Quality and its Connection to Land Use—Agricultural
and Urban Sources
of Nonpoint Pollution
Effects of Natural Features and Land-Management Practices
Complex Contaminant Patterns—Mixtures, Breakdown Products, and Seasonality
Interactions Among Water, Air, and Aquatic Ecosystems
Changes in Water Quality Over Time
The NAWQA Program
For Additional Information
Chief, NAWQA Program
U.S. Geological Survey
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Donna N. Myers, 703.648.5715, email@example.com
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