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Case study - trichloroethylene groundwater contamination at Vero Beach, Florida

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Title: Case study - trichloroethylene groundwater contamination at Vero Beach, Florida.
Name(s): Wang, Tsen C., creator
Lenahan, Robert A., creator
TenEyck, John
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Technical Report
Issuance: single unit
Date Issued: 1984-12
Publisher: Harbor Branch Foundation, Inc.
Place of Publication: Jupiter, Fla.
Physical Description: pdf [27p.]
Language(s): English
Identifier: 3358976 (digitool), FADT3358976 (IID), fau:2697 (fedora)
Note(s): A trichloroethylene (TCE, CHCl = CCl 2) underground storage tank was found to be leaking in October 1978. The unknown amount of TCE subsequently contaminated the groundwater at Vero Beach, Florida USA. This study was initiated to monitor the impacts of dewatering on the pollutants behavior in the aquifer, the assessment of contaminant removal efficiencies, and the impacts of contaminated water discharged to the canal and estuarine environment.
Florida Atlantic University Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Technical Report #54
Subject(s): Trichloroethylene
Estuarine pollution
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Host Institution: FAU

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