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Main Title A field study to compare performance of stainless steel research monitoring wells with existing on-farm drinking water wells in measuring pesticide and nitrate concentrations /
Author Smith, Charles N. ; Payne, W. R. ; Pope, J. D. ; Winkie, J. H. ; Parrish, R. S.
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, GA. National Exposure Research Lab. ;SQC Systems, Athens, GA.
Publisher National Exposure Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
Year Published 1998
Report Number NERL-ATH-2181; EPA/600/R-98/025
Stock Number PB98-143191
OCLC Number 47285968
Subjects Monitoring wells--North Carolina. ; Groundwater--Pollution--North Carolina--Measurement. ; Water--Pesticide content--North Carolina--Measurement. ; Water--Nitrogen content--North Carolina--Measurement. ; Groundwater--Pollution--Measurement. ; Water--Nitrogen content--Measurement. ; Water--Pesticide content--Measurement.
Additional Subjects Water wells ; Monitoring wells ; Nitrates ; Pesticides ; Comparison ; Water pollution sampling ; Agricultural watersheds ; Drinking water ; Potable water ; Ground water ; Agriculural chemicals ; Pesticide residues ; Nitrogen ; Agricultural runoff ; Ecological concentration ; Water pollution detection ; Spatial variations ; MCL(Maximum Contaminant Level) ; Eastern Region(North Carolina) ; Little Coharie Watershed
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NTIS  PB98-143191 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation 116 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
Abstract
The well comparison study reported was conducted to compare pesticide and nitrate data from specially designed stainless-steel research monitoring wells with data from nearby existing on-farm drinking water wells. Results could help to determine whether adequate information for contamination can be obtained from routinely installed drinking water wells for use in making decisions and for development of future study designs (e.g., should wells be monitoring wells or existing wells). The study was conducted in the Little Coharie Watershed, a 158.2 square mile area located in the coastal plain region of eastern North Carolina. A total of 99 wells were used for monitoring nitrate-nitrogen and screening for 21 pesticides over 6 sampling dates (Mar 93, Jul 93, Nov 93, Mar 94, May 94, and Jun 94). Data were collected from 21 research wells and 78 existing on-farm wells located at 74 sites within the watershed.
Notes
"March 1998." Includes bibliographical references (page 53). "EPA/600/R-98/025." Microfiche.