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Ground Water Contamination Along Interstate 405 Southern Snohomish County, Washington

Publication number Date Published
71-11-001October 1971
VIEW NOW Ground Water Contamination Along Interstate 405 Southern Snohomish County, Washington (Number of pages: 19) (Publication Size: 2649KB)

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Author(s) Water Resources
Description This study is the result of a request by the Property Management, Department of Highways, seeking information about present and future ground-water availability and the possible adverse effects incurred by the construction of the SR 405 freeway.

The scope of the study was set to include several determinations which are: Ascertain the availability of ground-water at the present site, determine direction of ground-water flow, determine if possible damage to the well by nearby highway construction. The study consisted of a general geologic reconnaissance of the area and the collection of a water sample for a bacteriological examination.
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Keywords ground water, construction, contamination