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Metals Concentrations in the Claypit Pond Area, Whatcom County, WA.

Publication number Date Published
89-e02February 1989
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Author(s) Cubbage, J.
Description Since 1980, metals concentrations in water and sediments in the Claypit Pond vicinity in Whatcom County, Washington, have been found to intermittently exceed background concentrations. One potential nearby source is a municipal-sized incinerator and ash dump. To gain an understanding of contemporary as well as historical heavy metal levels in the Claypit Pond, sediments were sampled for heavy metals in June 1988.
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Keywords Whatcom, county, metals, water, zinc, copper, clay
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