An interdisciplinary assessment of regional-scale nonpoint ground-water vulnerability: Theory and application (Professional paper) download epub
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Geological Survey Professional Paper 1645. By Richard L. Bernknopf, Laura B. Dinitz, and Keith Loague.
Geological Survey Professional Paper 1645. An Interdisciplinary Assessment of Regional-Scale Nonpoint Source Ground-Water Vulnerability: Theory and Application. Aerial photograph of the Pearl Harbor basin on the island of O’ahu, Hawaii. The availability of potable ground-water supplies is a major environmental quality and human health concern throughout the United States.
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An interdisciplinary assessment of regional-scale nonpoint source ground-water vulnerability: Theory and application. U S Geol Surv Prof Pap. Richard Bernknopf. 0 million, that could accrue to producers if a regional vulnerability assessment were coordinated with a wellhead treatment program.
Professional Paper 1645. By: Richard L. An integrated earth science-economics model, developed within a geographic information system (GIS), combines a regional-scale nonpoint source vulnerability assessment with a specific remediation measure to avoid unnecessary agricultural production costs associated with the use of agrochemicals in the Pearl Harbor basin on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. This approach forms the core of a risk-based regulation for the application of agrochemicals and estimates the benefits of an information-based approach to decisionmaking.
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