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RECORD NUMBER: 7 OF 11
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Impacts of wastewater disposal practices on the ground water of the North Carolina Barrier Islands,|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, GA. Region IV.|
|Publisher||The Region, ;|
|Report Number||EPA 904/9-85-139|
|Subjects||Sewage disposal--Environmental aspects--North Carolina--Barrier Islands ; Water, Underground--North Carolina--Barrier Islands ; Water quality--North Carolina--Barrier Islands|
|Additional Subjects||Sewage disposal ; Ground water ; Water pollution control ; Mathematical models ; Shallow water ; Aquifers ; Environmental impacts ; Water quality ; Land use ; Hydrogeology ; Tables(Data) ; Water wells ; Lithology ; Ground water recharge ; Water table ; North Carolina ; Barrier Islands ; Water levels ; Groundwater movement ; Path of pollutants|
|Collation||1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 28 cm.|
EPA Region IV recently completed a study of the impacts of wastewater disposal on the ground water of three areas of the North Carolina barrier islands; Kill Devil Hills, Atlantic Beach/Pine Knoll Shores and Surf City. The study was performed in response to questions resulting from EPA Region IV's North Carolina Barrier Islands EIS (1984). The study demonstrated a simple model for describing the observed ground-water level changes caused by disposal of wastewater to the shallow aquifer system. The study also examined what were found to be the generally minor impacts of wastewater disposal on ground-water quality in the three study areas.
"September 1985." "October 1985"--Cover. "EPA 904/9-85 139" -- Cover.