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Lincoln Apartments Soil Gas Survey, Port Angeles, Washington -- March and April 1993

Publication number Date Published
93-e40July 1993
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Author(s) Marti, P.
Description Soil gas, soil, and water samples were collected in the spring of 1993 in the vicinity of Lincoln Apartments, Port Angeles, as part of a leaking underground storage tank system investigation. The most likely source of the fuel contamination appears to be Round-the-Clock Deli, located about 200 feet southwest of the apartments. A total of 20 soil gas samples, six soil samples and two water samples were collected and tested. Soil gas samples were analyzed in the field using a portable gas chromatograph.
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Keywords gas chromatograph, soil, hydrocarbons, toxics, study, water, soil gas, petroleum, model toxics control act, ground water
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 18 Elwah-Dungeness