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Long-term transformation and fate of nitrogen in mound-type soil absorption systems for septic tank effluent

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Harkin, John M.; Chen, Chen-Peng
Long-term transformation and fate of nitrogen in mound-type soil absorption systems for septic tank effluent
Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, 1995
195 pp.

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[Cover] Long-term transformation and fate of nitrogen in mound-type soil absorption systems for septic tank effluent

[Title page] Long-term transformation and fate of nitrogen in mound-type soil absorption systems for septic tank effluent

Abstract, pp. i-ii

[Contents] Table of contents, pp. iii-iv

[Contents] List of figures, pp. v-vi

[Contents] List of tables, p. vii

Introduction, pp. [1]-3

Materials and methods, pp. 4-16

Results and discussion, pp. 16-39

Conclusions and recommendations, pp. 39-42

References, pp. 43-50

[Figures], pp. 51-71

[Tables], pp. 72-81

Appendix 1: data on monthly groundwater levels in monitoring wells, monthly nitrogen contents (ammonium, nitrate, and total kjeldahl nitrogen) and June 1994 bacterial counts (total coliforms, fecal coliforms, and fecal streptococci) in septic tank effluent and groundwater at individual sites, pp. 82-147

Appendix 2: monthly groundwater levels in monitoring wells at individual sites, pp. 148-158

Appendix 3: monthly ammonium, nitrate, and total kjeldahl nitrogen levels in groundwater from monitoring wells at individual sites, pp. 159-195 ff.

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