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WATER QUALITY EFFECTS OF LEACHING FROM SUBMERGED SOILS
Lowell E. Keup, Gerald D. McKee, Edward W. Raabe and Richard W. Warner
Journal (American Water Works Association)
Vol. 62, No. 6 (June, 1970), pp. 391-396
Published by: American Water Works Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41265955
Page Count: 6
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To implement the proposed impoundment of the Northeast Cape Fear River in Dulpin County, North Carolina, the US Army Corps of Engineers asked the Federal Water Pollution Control Administration to investigate the leaching of undesirable materials into the impounded waters. Since the impoundment will inundate an area with rich organic soils, the possibility of leaching is high, and this research is important to the future of the whole project.
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