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Subdivision impacts on groundwater quality

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Shaw, Byron H.; Arntsen, Peter; VanRyswyk, William
Subdivision impacts on groundwater quality
Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, 1993

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[Cover] Subdivision impacts on groundwater quality

[Title page] Subdivision impacts on groundwater quality

Acknowledgements, p. i

Abstract, p. ii

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

[Contents] List of tables, p. v

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

A. Introduction, pp. 1-2

B. Literature review, pp. 3-27

C. Methods, pp. 28-45

D. Survey of homeowners chemical use and attitudes (condensed from Mechenich et. al., 1991), pp. 46-69

E. Nitrogen mass balance prediction using BURBS model, pp. 70-88

F. Nitrogen and water budget results from field data, pp. 89-91

G. Comparison of the results of the nitrogen and water budgets determined by two separate methods, pp. 92-93

H. Groundwater quality downgradient of subdivisions, pp. 94-101

I. Impact of lawns on groundwater quality, pp. 102-104

J. Septic system research site results, pp. 105-113

K. Phosphorous impacts on groundwater from septic systems, p. 114

L. Variability of groundwater chemistry downgradient of subdivisions relative to land use, pp. 115-119

M. Water chemistry changes over time downgradient of subdivisions, pp. 120-124

N. Geophysical techniques, pp. 125-126

O. Trace organic chemical investigation, pp. 127-131

P. Conclusions, pp. 132-133

Q. Literature cited, pp. 134-140

Appendix A. groundwater well chemistry, pp. [unnumbered]-148

Appendix B. BURBS simulation characteristics, pp. [unnumbered]-B-25

Appendix C. Homeowner survey, pp. [unnumbered]-C-11

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