Scientific Investigations Report 2008–5227 CD-ROM
U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2008–5227
By Leslie A. DeSimone
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Appendix 5. Summary statistics for physical properties and concentrations of major ions, trace elements, nutrients, radionuclides, and fecal indicator bacteria in samples collected from domestic wells for the NAWQA Program, 1991–2004.
Appendix 6. Percentages of wells in principal aquifers with values of physical properties or concentrations of major ions, trace elements, nutrients, radionuclides, or organic compounds greater than human-health benchmarks or guidelines for drinking water in samples collected from domestic wells for the NAWQA Program, 1991–2004.
Appendix 7. Detection frequencies of organic compounds at any concentration and at several common reporting levels in samples collected from domestic wells for the NAWQA Program, 1991–2004.
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This database, identified as “USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2008-5227, Quality of Water from Domestic Wells in Principal Aquifers of the United States, 1991–2004, Appendixes 5 through 7” has been approved for release and publication by the Director of the USGS. Although this database has been subjected to rigorous review and is substantially complete, the USGS reserves the right to revise the data pursuant to further analysis and review. Furthermore, it is released on condition that neither the USGS nor the United States Government may be held liable for any damages resulting from its authorized or unauthorized use.
DeSimone, L.A., 2009, Quality of water from domestic wells in principal aquifers of the United States, 1991–2004: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2008–5227, 139 p., CD.
This report is also available online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/sir/2008/5227