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Urban Seattle Area Soil Dioxin and PAH Concentrations Initial Summary Report

Publication number Date Published
11-09-049September 2011
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Author(s) Dave Bradley
Description This report documents the results of Ecology's investigation of surface soils collected from six Seattle neighborhoods, South Park, Georgetown, West Seattle, Ballard, Capitol Hill, and Ravenna. The purpose of this investigation was to collect sufficient data from various Seattle neighborhoods to determine the range and magnitude of concentrations and toxic equivalents of dioxins and furans in urban areas.
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Keywords PAHs, dioxin, furan
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